We work with businesses, small and large, and with public administrations, artists, and local charities to help solve their challenges with cutting-edge research and education. Engagements can take many forms, from bespoke consultancy projects to address timely specific questions, build proof-of-concept’s, and run feasibility studies to sponsored student projects to strategic partnerships realising bold longer-term science and educational goals.
There are also opportunities to apply for joint funding to resource a new collaboration, including internal seed funding, Innovate UK smart grants or knowledge technology partnerships, and Horizon Europe large collaborative bids.
You can discover our research by reviewing the work we’re doing, particularly the research hubs which focus on external challenges drawing on expertise from across the Department to explore new collaborations within and outside King’s, with the view of developing a strong impact culture.
The Department is home to CUSP London (Centre for Urban Science and Progress London), an interdisciplinary research and education centre bringing together expertise from across King’s and the University of Warwick to apply quantitative and computational approaches to urban challenges, with extensive collaboration with public sector city authorities and other external bodies to ensure strong social impact.