Fire and Iron: Graduate Startup Film Production Company
Fire and Iron Productions Ltd was set up by University of Essex graduate Marcus Wood and Peter Turner in 2017 to provide narrative media services for film companies.
Rejuvenating Soil Carbon to Support Net-Zero Agriculture
UEA Junior Researcher Sam Keenor’s internship at Greenworld led him to successfully apply for a PhD scholarship, enabling him to continue collaborating with the business on research that promotes net-zero agriculture.
Digital Creative Internship for Marketplace AMP
Marketplace AMP sought the assistance of an intern to help brands amplify sales on online marketplaces by optimising their products and advertising.
New nanoparticle cancer therapy takes a step closer to clinical trials
Increasing the efficiency of chemotherapy drugs through a unique drug delivery system utilising nanoparticles
Digital Asset Management and AI for Sustainability Monitor
Kent academics explored a range of options for a data asset management system that could utilise machine learning to simplify and automate some business processes.
AI-driven role matching: linking candidates to jobs using machine learning in big structured data
HR GO worked with Kent academics to explore how AI and deep learning could be used to solve the problem of role matching contract staff.
A three day event to engage students to think creatively about issues businesses are facing and develop their employability skills.
Applying Machine Learning Techniques to Improve Seabed Mapping Speed
Producing machine learning algorithms and software to improve existing filter-based software for more automatic seabed mapping.
Understanding User Journeys in the Rentals Market
Lettings agency Dunn&Co worked with UEA academics to research user journeys of an online platform for both agents, landlords and tenants to connect.
Digital Creative Internship with Smart NE
The objective of this internship was to assist SmartNE in the development of marketing materials and capabilities to raise brand awareness.
Fruit to Fuels: Using local fruit waste as a feedstock for biofuel production
Academics from the University of Kent are researching whether locally sourced fruit waste can be used as a sustainable feedstock for the production of butanol.