Congratulations to our Associate!

We would like to say a huge congratulations to Llion Preston for gaining his Masters last week from Aberystwyth University!

Llion has been studying for his Masters whilst also working as a Knowledge Transfer Partnership Associate in a project with Armajaro and University of Reading.

Here he is with a very proud Mum and Dad. What an excellent achievement, well done! 

University of Reading Graduation July Graduation!

University of Reading held it’s graduation ceremony this month which was, as ever, a fantastic event.

This year our many graduates were celebrated, including an honorary doctorate in literature for London-based author, designer and illustrator, and UoR graduate; Coralie Bickford-Smith, and an honorary doctorate of science for Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources of the Republic of Kenya; Professor Judi Wakhungu.

There was even a visit from Boris the dog! Boris is a four-year-old springer poodle who attended the ceremony to help one of the graduate’s sisters who suffers with anxiety, which eases in the presence of her beloved pooch.

A new member of the Knowledge Transfer Centre team!

July has brought with it a brand new team member; Dr Kimberley Steed German!

Dr Steed German gained her Ph.D. in solar and heliospheric physics at UCL where she also previously worked as the Faculty Research and Enterprise Manager for The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, and has now joined the Knowledge Transfer Centre as our newest Business Relationship Manager.

Dr Kimberley will be working in our business office, facilitating and managing collaborative relationships between academic and non-academic partners at the University, and we’re very happy to have her on board!

KTP Associate Case Studies

We have been speaking to some of our fantastic KTP Associates, both current and former, who have shared their project experiences with us. You can read about their journeys here.

See how we can help you shape your future by contacting us on or using our contact us page.

Our New Website!

We’re elated to announce that after a prolonged delay our new website is now up and running!

Keep your eyes peeled for new blogs and announcements to showcase the exciting things happening in the KTC!