The Partnership, in collaboration with the Security and Resilience Industry Suppliers Community (RISC), is enabling academic researchers to showcase their work and its significance to the security and resilience sector in an Academic Marketplace.
What is the Marketplace?
The Academic Marketplace is a gateway to research with commercial promise. It enables researchers to promote their work to potential industry partners and end-users.
What does the Marketplace aim to do?
The Academic Marketplace aims to:
- Improve the visibility of research with commercial promise;
- Improve pull-through and commercialisation of research; and
- Support researchers by facilitating engagement and mentoring with industry.
What is on the Market Place?
There are over 30 projects on the Marketplace from 21 organisations across the UK.
The projects are divided into eight categories:
- Countering Radicalisation
- Identity Management
- Intelligence Analysis
- Security Assessments
- Security Modelling
- Threat Imaging
- Threat Sensing
The Partnership is seeking industry partners to support projects on the Marketplace. Industry can make contact with researchers directly or introductions can be made through the Partnership.
In addition, showcase events will be held regularly to allow researchers to pitch to potential industry partners.
Apply for the Academic Marketplace
If you are a researcher within the areas of conflict, crime and cybersecurity whose work has commercial promise, you could be eligible to take part in the Partnership’s Academic Marketplace.