Associate Partners

The London NERC DTP seeks to establish close links with a variety of external organisations and build a network of Associate Partners. We seek to make links with organisations that have a wealth of well-established links (for example, industry, NGOs and the public sector) for research and training purposes.

We anticipate these links to offer potential to out DTP and Partner’s alike for collaborative research projects, CASE studentships, consultancy and advisory roles and associated internship opportunities. We believe these mutually beneficial collaborative experiences will lead to enhanced commercial and enterprise skills for our students and our associate partners will have access to a pool of motivated high-quality PhD students undertaking cutting-edge research relevant to their organisations’ priorities and objectives.

The DTP provides opportunities to explore novel research collaborations and strengthen current partnerships. If you would like to become an associate partner please complete this short form and we will be in touch.

We have established links with over 40 organisations including:

Agip, Arcadis Ltd, AstraZeneca, Astrium, British Antarctic Survey, Broads Authority, BUCEFAS, CEFAS, CEH Wallingford, ChemTrust, DEFRA, Department of Health, Environment Agency, FERA, Fluid Dynamics, Forestry Research, Glaxo, Highlands Birchwoods, Infoterra Ltd, Natural England, National Lobster Hatchery, Meteorological Office, MI Swaco, Oceanographic Laboratory, Permian Capital Ltd, Pfizer, Proudman Laboratories, Quantemol, Rezatec, Risk Management Solutions, Royal Geographical Society, RSPB, SAERI, SAFHOS, Scottish Crop Research Institute, South East Rivers Trust, SERCON, STFC Laboratories, Thames Water, The Eden Project, The Brilliant Club, UHI, Willis Re, ZSL Conservation Programmes.

If you would like to become an Associate partner of the DTP please complete this brief form and we will be in touch.

CASE Partners:

The following organisations are currently involved in a CASE Partnership with one or more DTP Students.

Broads Authority
Microsoft Research
The Angling Trust
ZSL Conservation Programmes
Conservation International
Natural England

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