Water innovation trends: Surfacing the next generation of solutions to the water pollution crisis

This white paper aims to provide both a statistical and qualitative view of our Global Challenge campaign and virtual events that brought the research ecosystem together to generate new solutions to the water pollution crisis. By using a data-led approach, focusing on metrics of industry engagement and geographical data, our team have worked to provide our academic and industry communities with a trustworthy resource on global university-industry collaboration in the water space.

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This white paper includes:

  • Top water pollution and wastewater treatment innovations trending with industry
  • Data insights around the research submitted by our global academic community
  • A geographical breakdown of the universities and companies that engaged the most and the conversations started during the campaign

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About the authors

Jake Mitchell

Jake is the IN-PART Digital Marketing Manager, having joined the team in April, 2021. He graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2018 after studying English Language and Linguistics. 

About IN-PART:

We believe brilliant connections can solve real-world problems. We match research pioneers from academia with decision-makers in industry sectors striving for a greater positive impact.

Our goal is to enable connections from around the world to match academic research with industry on a level playing field. Through our intelligent, matchmaking platform we showcase leading university innovations and connect academics with an international community of decision-makers in industry, creating meaningful dialogue and partnership.

IN-PART, a digital partnering platform for university-industry collaboration.

250+ universities and research institutes around the world currently showcase their research and innovation on IN-PART to find new collaboration partners in industry. R&D teams get free access to the platform (create an account here). There are no hidden costs and we don’t claim downstream success fees.

Discover, a bespoke scouting service for open innovation.

Through Discover, corporate R&D teams can leverage our extended academic network, which reaches multiple teams across 1,200+ universities and research institutes worldwide. In response to a specific research requirement or challenge, Discover enables R&D teams to identify new opportunities for commercialisation or to solicit proposals for new research

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