Working with the University of Sheffield can have a significant impact on your organisation, whether you are a multinational blue chip, a forward-thinking SME, a charity or an NGO.
How we can support you?
You can directly benefit from our talent pool of students, our training and professional development courses, translational research centres, and our world-class facilities.
Partners and collaborators
Partnerships share research, strategies and knowledge. By working together Sheffield can find solutions for local, national and global challenges.
Why are partnerships important to universities?
Dr. Sarah Want, the University of Sheffield's Director of Partnerships and Regional Engagement, discusses why the institution needs collaborative partners.
Why are university partnerships important?
Adam Cartwright, Head of Internet of Things Applications at Siemens explains why our partnership is so special.
University of Sheffield start-up secures £4m investment to bring ‘world first’ sensor to mass market
A University of Sheffield spin-out company has secured the backing of leading deep tech investors to bring its revolutionary infrared sensors - a game changer for robotics and self-driving machines - to the mass market.
Power of data science will help UK manufacturers cut energy bills, boost productivity and increase competitiveness
UK manufacturers will be able to cut energy bills, boost productivity and become even more competitive with the launch of bleeding-edge digital tools and technologies to harness the power of data science in their factories.
University of Sheffield highlighted as one of England’s best for working with businesses
The University of Sheffield has been recognised as one of the best universities in the country for working with businesses, developing IP, commercialising research and public and community engagement.
Driving business growth with low-cost digital tech
The adoption of low-cost digital technologies in manufacturing across the UK is being accelerated by the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC). A new pilot project will create digitally savvy engineers of the future.