Paxman Coolers Ltd needed to gain greater medical acceptance for its scalp cooling equipment in order to make it more widely acceptable as a treatment against hair loss during chemotherapeutic cancer treatments.
The University of Leeds has a long history of successful Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) with businesses of all sectors, shapes and sizes. In January 2013, a significant milestone was reached when the University began its 100th KTP, a project with household name Dyson Technologies Ltd.
Brocklesby Ltd processes and blends vegetable, animal oils and fats from the food manufacturing sector into biofuel and animal feed products.
When Tata Motors European Technical Centre plc (TMETC) needed to develop its engineering expertise in full and hybrid electric vehicles, the company turned to the School of Engineering, Design, & Technology at the University of Bradford.
Asda and the University of Leeds have become Knowledge Transfer Partners in a pioneering study that will create more affordable sustainable products and save UK families money at home.
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