How to take a laboratory piece of equipment and make it survive in the hostile environment of a steel plant
As the Chair of the Publications Committee, I was tasked to help come up with a new strategy for the Institute's publications. One of the items for improvement was to start publishing some examples of technology transfer. I therefore thought I'd write this article to try and explain some of the advantages and pitfalls of undertaking a technology transfer project from university and industry, as I once did this for a living. (Also, I thought if I start the ball rolling, I could encourage other people to also write articles on this subject matter.) I've written about my EngD experiences whilst at Corus R, D&T and compare this to the EngD scheme that is running where I work now, Rolls-Royce.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2011-09-01
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