Our Partners

SERAS’s academic partners include a wide range of geographical centres, with representation from England, Scotland and Wales. They are drawn from multiple disciplines, including experts in robotics, education, and diversity. This consortium also includes expertise at all levels of education, including both academic and commercial experience of state-of-the-art student-centred learning methods for digital skills and robotics. 

SERAS is also supported by key third-sector organisations, with an interest in supporting technology-related skills training, including the National STEM Centre, The Royal Academy of Engineering, and the Institute of Coding. 

UNIVERSITIES

Cranfield University

Heriot Watt University/Edinburgh Robotics Centre

Sheffield Hallam University/Sheffield Robotics

The Open University

The University of Edinburgh

The University of Sheffield/Sheffield Robotics

The University of York

The University of the West of England/Bristol Robotics Lab

NON-PROFIT

Coleg Gwent, South Wales (FE College)

Discovery Stem Education (UK lead for the Global Robotics Education and Global Invention Education programmes)

The Institute of Coding (Partnership of 33 universities and over 100 employers across England and Wales funded by Department of Education)

The National STEM Centre (UK’s largest provider of STEM education and careers support)

The Royal Academy of Engineering (The UK’s national academy of engineering)

Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (Part of the high-value manufacturing catapult)

COMPANIES

Consequential Robotics

MCS Projects

Cyberselves

An updated link to our partners, including more information, can be found on this page.


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