Most of the programmes reviewed in this section include collaboration arrangements with various partners. In addition to these, we have some particular partnerships either at institutional level, or tied to particular initiatives or research programmes not described in detail elsewhere. Some of these are:
Our Life Sciences Initiative involves working with multiple partners from higher education, healthcare, industry, charities and government, and includes a broad range of partnerships.
There are numerous partners involved with our Doctoral Training programmes. These include:
QMUL is a member in three out of the six national UK consortia funded by the EPSRC in 2017. These are
The HEFCE-funded South East Physics network (SEPnet) groups the Physics departments of nine universities in the South East of the UK. This supports outreach, joint research, a combined Graduate School and a programme of employer engagement to increase the graduate skills base, explore industry-education partnerships, and support employability initiatives.
QMUL are members of the SES consortium (Imperial, King’s, UCL, Southampton and Oxford), which aims to foster collaboration and sharing, particularly around research equipment and research data.
QMUL have recently joined the LIDC, a collaboration between SOAS, the Institute of Education, the Royal Veterinary College, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Birkbeck. This aims to facilitate interdisciplinary research and training to tackle complex problems in international development.