RIIC Hub asset Listing – Academia

Organisation Website Summary Network / Collaborations Address Type(s)
Aberystwyth University Row 1 col 6 content
Centre for excellence for Rural Health Research Website

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The Centre for Excellence in Rural Health Research at Aberystwyth University … brings together academics from three institutes and four departments; namely Psychology, Computer Science, Geography and Earth Sciences and the Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (IBERS), … to deliver innovative and impactful research which informs the provision of rural healthcare for current and future generations Working collaboratively with Hywel Dda University Health Board, Powys Teaching Health Board the Mid Wales Healthcare Collaborative, together with other relevant stakeholders, the centre builds on the current expertise at Aberystwyth University to consider how interdisciplinary approaches can inform the understanding and future delivery of high quality healthcare to meet the needs of rural communities. Aberystwyth University, Reception, Penglais, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 3FL Academia
Health
Wellbeing and Health Assessment Research unit Website

 

The purpose of the unit is to facilitate health and well-being related research within the University by fostering relationships with the local community and providing a facility to meet with members of the public and enable them to contribute to the research process. The Centre for Excellence in Rural Health Research

Research and Development Department of Hywel Dda University Health Board

Aberystwyth University, Reception, Penglais, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 3FL Academia
Health
Living Lab Website

 

The Mid Wales Living Lab aims to identify innovative, inclusive strategies for smart growth and share back their experiences through ROBUST’s public infrastructures and social services, sustainable food systems, and cultural connections communities of practice. Aberystwyth Mid Wales WISERD Aberystwyth University, Reception, Penglais, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 3FL Academia
Business/Enterprise
Business and Innovation Website

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The Department of Research, Business & Innovation (RB&I) offers a range of support services to research active staff – from professional development to preparing grant applications. The Department is also the gateway for industry and other external organisations to discover more about the wealth of knowledge exchange opportunities offered by Aberystwyth University, and how business and academia can work together. Aberystwyth University, Reception, Penglais, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 3FL Business Enterprise

Academia

University of Wales trinity Saint David
Rural Health Care Wales Website

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Rural Health and Care Wales’ prime aims are to:
provide a focal point for the development and collation of high quality research pertinent to rural health and wellbeing
improve the training, recruitment and retention of a professional workforce within rural communities
be recognised as an exemplar in rural health and wellbeing on the international stage
Academia

Health

Assistive Technologies Innovation Centre ATiC Website

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ATiC is a partner in the Accelerate project which helps innovators in Wales turn their ideas into solutions. Whether you have an idea for a healthcare technology but aren’t sure what steps to take next, you are in business and looking to expand your product range, or you are an allied health professional who has spotted a smart way to improve a process – we want to work with you. Accelerate University of Wales Trinity Saint David | Technium 1King’s Road             Swansea, SA1 8PHE Business/Enterprise

Academia

WAPPAR Wales academy for Professional Practice and Applied Research Website

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A centre for excellence in practice development and learning offering bespoke CPD/programmes from short courses to doctorates to professionals and their organisations. Academia
Swansea University

 

Life Science Hub

(these are the details for a hub in cardiff)

Website Our aim is to help the people of Wales benefit from improved healthcare and economic wellbeing. We do that by working with innovative companies to find solutions for NHS and healthcare providers. Life Sciences Hub Wales 3 Assembly Square Cardiff Bay CF10 4PL Academia
Health
Accelerate

(this is also based in Cardiff)

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Accelerate helps innovators in Wales to translate their ideas into solutions that can be adopted in health and care. If you have an idea for healthcare technology but are not sure what the next steps are, if you are a business and want to expand your offer, or if you are an allied health professional who has found a clever way of improving a process – then we would like to work with you. Academia
Business/Enterprise
Health
Centre for improvement and innovation Website

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The Swansea Centre for Improvement and Innovation (SCII) aims to support healthcare professionals, managers and policy-makers to improve the design and delivery of health and social care. Our proactive and collaborative approach enables us to ensure our activities are translational and aligned to meet the changing needs of the health economy. Academia
Health
Health Technology Centre HTC (Swansea Uni) Website

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is the PI of the group

 

HTC supports the translation of promising ideas from the Life Science and Health sectors in Wales into new products, processes and services, aiming to create long lasting economic value alongside broader societal benefits. Academia
Business/Enterprise
Health
BEACON Website

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for the project’s centre in Aberystwyth

The BEACON Biorefining Centre of Excellence is a partnership between Aberystwyth, Bangor and Swansea Universities and the University of South Wales working in the field of conversion of biomass and biowastes into biobased products with commercial applications. Academia
Business/Enterprise
CALIN Website

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An advanced life science network connecting business, academia and healthcare with experts from six leading universities across Ireland and Wales, CALIN … opens access to technology, scientific expertise, and a network of life science innovators to support the development of products, processes and services. Academia
Business/enterprise
BUCANIER Website

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BUCANIER (Building Clusters and Networks in Innovation Enterprise and Research) aims to support small businesses on the Irish Sea border over the next three years. BUCANIER is within Swansea University Medical School’s Institute of Life Science 2, a unique research and collaboration facility that brings together expertise in laboratory-based biomedical research, public health, population sciences, informatics, and industry, ensuring real world clinical impact. Business Enterprise
Academia
Health Technology Wales Website

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Health Technology Wales (HTW) is a national body working to improve the quality of care in Wales. We collaborate with partners across health, social care and the technology sectors to ensure an all-Wales approach. We are funded by Welsh Government and hosted within NHS Wales, but independent of both. Our remit covers any health technology that isn’t a medicine, such as medical devices, surgical procedures, psychological therapies, tele-monitoring or rehabilitation. Welsh Government/other
Academia
SAIL Website

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SAIL stands for Secure Anonymised Information Linkage. The SAIL Databank is a world-class flagship for the robust secure storage and use of anonymised person-based data for research to improve health, well-being and services. Its databank of anonymised data about the population of Wales is internationally recognised. Backed and endorsed by the Government, the SAIL Databank receives core funding from the Welsh Government’s Health and Care Research Wales. Academia
Welsh Government/Other
Innovation Technologists
Wellness and Life Science Village Website

Website

Website

Contact for the wider area around Llanelli being developed

Combining advanced life science research and business development facilities with a state-of-the-art leisure centre, extra care housing and nursing care, Llanelli’s Life Science and Well-being Village at Delta Lakes will be among the first developments of its kind. Academia
Business/Enterprise
ASCC Academic Social care research Collaboration

(the webpage says this project is completed)

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Working in partnership across Bangor, Cardiff and Swansea Universities and funded by the NISCHR, the All Wales Academic Social Care Research Collaboration (ASCC) sought to strengthen the capacity of HEIs and their partner agencies to deliver on an agreed and prioritised research agenda to respond to national and local needs. Swansea, Bangor and Cardiff Uni Academia
Health
Swansea Met
Further Education
Pembrokeshire College Website

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Pembrokeshire College is the county’s largest provider of a wide range of post-16 education and training. Situated in a modern, purpose-built campus in Haverfordwest, we offer young people and adults excellent training opportunities. Academia
Darwin Centre Website

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The Darwin Centre for Biology and Medicine is a Pembrokeshire charity established in 1994. There are two elements to the charity: The Education Programme known as the Darwin Experience, and the Research and Engagement Programme. The Darwin Research programme is focussed on developing marine organisms in Pembrokeshire, and around the Welsh coast, as a model for monitoring the effects of climate change, global warming and environmental changes on the marine ecosystem. Academia
Voluntary Sector
Coleg Sir Gar Website

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The College has a comprehensive and broad range of academic and vocational learning programmes. These range from pre-entry to graduate level, providing a service to the whole learning community. Academia
Coleg Ceredigion website

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The college offers learning provision in a wide range of academic and vocational areas ranging from pre-entry to Level 4. We also offer a range of work-based learning provision (Care and Accounting being the main areas) as well as delivering provision for CiTB. The college also delivers a small amount of higher education provision (teacher training) which is funded through a franchise arrangement with the UWTSD. Academia