We are proud to partner with a number of renowned organisations on research projects that aim to understand and solve some of the complex societal issues facing the world today. 


aqua3S creates innovative methods and standardises existing technologies to be adopted by water facilities and offers guidelines to policymakers on improving water security and management.


The BYTE project helps science and industry in the EU take advantage of the positive effects and minimise the negative impact of big data collection.


The CAPE project supports national and local authorities in the Baltic Sea Region in combating and prosecuting cases of forced labour and exploitation.


CC-DRIVER supports LEAs, policymakers, SMEs, CSOs, parents and young people to identify drivers of cybercriminality to better strengthen cyber resilience.


Innovation in child safeguarding. CESIUM provides analysts and law enforcement officers with insights to support early-identification of children vulnerable to exploitation.


CLARITY supports policy-makers in pursuing greater transparency and efficiency within government by facilitating the uptake of open and eGovernment initiatives.


The CLIMOS project aims to support medical, veterinary, public and occupational health professionals, in managing the transmission and treatment of sandfly-borne diseases.

Combatting the spread of child sexual abuse content

Developing a natural language processing tool for the Internet Watch Foundation to identify child sexual abuse material on the web

Consortium Contre L’Esclavage Moderne (CCEM)

A multidisciplinary consortium of four international partners working together to strengthen partnerships to prevent and remedy modern slavery in supply chains.


The COPKIT project supports law enforcement investigations by developing new and ethical data-driven technologies to combat organised crime and terrorist groups.


COVINFORM supports government, public health and citizens by developing data-driven assessments of the social, economic and political impact of COVID-19 and analysing the role of information and communication during all stages of the pandemic.

Cuckooing Salford

This project supports efforts to combat the emerging issue of adult exploitation, including cuckooing, as well as supporting the wider safeguarding agenda in Salford.

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