A4B


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A4BAction for Business (UK)
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A4B is a six-year PS70million programme of ESF support which provides a portfolio of cash support for knowledge transfer from academia to business.
Credit enhancement is provided by the structural support of the underlying transaction as well as the A4B certificates in the re-securitization.
The Welsh Government's A4B scheme is a six-year PS70m programme of support which provides a portfolio of cash support for knowledge transfer from academia to business.
Dr Lewis Francis said: "Collaborations with industry are a major objective of the Institute for Life Science at Swansea and, as a result of A4B funding from Welsh Government, we've been able to assist two businesses in commercialising their products for market, and also helped to revolutionise the life science market.
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A FACILITY enabling businesses to test a range of plastic electronics, space-related equipment and solar cells has opened at Bangor University The Centre for Lifetime And REliabilty Testing (Claret) has been supported with Welsh Assembly Government funding through the A4B programme, which has awarded the School of Electronic Engineering at Bangor University a grant of PS500,000.
The 'Centre for Lifetime And RELIABILTY Testing' (CLARET) in Wales has been made a reality by the Welsh Assembly Government funding through the A4B programme.
The KTC at Swansea University, supported by Welsh Government A4B funding, employed four technologists to work on the threemonth project.
The C6 Network is supported by the Welsh Government through its A4B funding scheme, and its main purpose is to be a recognised and respected voice for the industry in North Wales.
A4B will support a range of activities in higher and further educational institutions "to help turn good ideas into commercial products, to help businesses benefit from the work and research undertaken by universities, and increase collaborative research and development with industry.
For the last four years he has been director of the Swansea Knowledge Transfer Centre in Semiconductors and Photonics, a PS400,000 Welsh Government A4B project, which assisted more than 30 local companies and led to more than PS500m of R&D grant capture plus PS400,000 of commercial investment.