Business and Community Engagement
The College of Science works closely with new and expanding business enabling access to a wealth of knowledge, research development expertise and facilities from across the disciplines of Biology, Computer Science, Geography, Mathematics and Physics.
If you feel we could assist your company, please contact the College of Science Director of Knowledge Economy - Dr Geoff Proffitt who will ensure that your enquiry is directed to the best research team available.
Dr. Geoff Proffitt
Algal Biotechnology for Wales
The Algal KTC is able to support a range of enterprises. Find out more about the types of businesses we work with and some of our current collaborative projects.
Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Research
Operating from state-of-the-art controlled environment facilities, the CSAR team carries out research and technological development, training and advice on behalf of commercial farmers / aquaculture service providers, funding agencies and governmental institutions, in the UK and internationally.
SEACAMS at Swansea
SEACAMS is a strategic development project to integrate research and business opportunities around the coast of Wales.
Advanced Professional Training (APT) in Bioscience - meeting the needs of the Welsh Bioscience sector.
EnAlgae aims to reduce CO2 emissions and dependency on unsustainable energy sources in North West Europe. Project participants will also benefit from financial and political support and through the exchange of expertise and experiences can jointly elaborate upon best-practice models which may then influence their respective national, regional or local policies.
Software Alliance Wales
Software Alliance Wales creates a platform for ICT and Software professionals and Academics to network and share best practice, promoting Wales as a key driving force in Software Development.
- Please contact Dr Geoff Proffitt, Director of Knowledge Economy, College of Science, or telephone 01792 205678 and ask for extension 4510