Reflecting on lessons learnt from the SUCCESS ProgrammeBackResources
14th September 2020
The SUCCESS programme is helping social scientists transform innovative and marketable ideas into a business or social enterprise.
In this interview, Chris Fellingham – Head of the SUCCESS Programme and Licensing and Ventures at Oxford University Innovation – reflects on the key insights that the university sector in general can glean from the programme, what he’s most excited about over the next few months of SUCCESS and what he sees as the key take aways for the current cohort of projects so far.
Aspect Research Commercialisation (ARC) Accelerator
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We at the ASPECT Games Hub are delighted to share the central output of Phase 3 of the Games Hub project: the Games Development and Commercialisation Pathway.
The Aspect-funded Train the Trainer project supports Professional Service staff tasked with communicating knowledge exchange, innovation and its impact for SHAPE researchers within their institutions, and has been created in collaboration by The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), University of Glasgow, QUT (Queensland University of Technology), University of York and University of Exeter.
Modular Knowledge-Exchange Training Course that gives insights into processes and requirements to developing business partnerships.
A summary of the project activities and KPIs