Life Sciences Research for Lifelong Health

Audience in Conference Centre

Impact

The Institute aims to maximise the impact of its research through Knowledge Exchange and Commercialisation (KEC) in order to translate research into action for social and economic benefit.
 
The KEC Programme promotes scientific exchange with various groups through collaborative research activities, events and conferences as well as other mechanisms such as training and continued professional development. Our goal is to deliver impact by making our science and expertise available to academics, industry, policy makers, charities and other interested parties.

 

Strategic Priorities

  • ‚ÄčTo support the translation of Babraham Institute science, working in partnership with public and private organisations
  • To build national and international partnerships to promote the Institute.
  • To embed a KEC culture within the strategic science programmes.
  • To develop, protect and proactively manage our Intellectual Property.
  • ‚ÄčTo benefit as a partner in the growth of the Babraham Research Campus.

28/03/2017

The Ageing Cell Conference 2017

Focussing on ageing at the cellular level

The Babraham Institute's annual conference in 2017 will focus…


09/12/2016

BioTech YES success for Institute team

Team BeEco win BioTech YES

Proposal to protect honey bees against colony collapse disorder


08/12/2016

New Public Engagement blog launched

New Public Engagement blog provides space for staff and students…


11/11/2016

Discover a career in science

Career insights videos launched

Aimed at secondary school and sixth-form students, the videos…

Knowledge Exchange and Commercialisation team

Simon Cook

Group Leader and Head of KEC

Katy Evans-Roberts

Commercialisation Manager

Linden Fradet

Michael Hinton

Web Manager & Schools Co-ord

Tacita Nye

Knowledge Exchange Manager

Louisa Wood

Communications Manager

Lois Yardy

Administration Assistant