As of March 2012 the dot.rural Hub is working with 97 external collaborators and organisations. These reflect engagement at a variety of levels from individual projects to strategic advice at the Hub level. By category there are 29 academic institutions (10 international), 32 government/public sector bodies, 17 industry partners, 8 non-governmental organisations and 11 community-based organisations. A full list appears below.
We are always interested in talking to organisations (large and small) about new partnerships.
Non-Governmental Organisations: British Trust for Ornithology, Bumble Bee Conservation Trust, Rivers and Fisheries Trusts of Scotland, RSPB, Scottish Wildlife Trust, Tay Foundation, Techfest, British Science Association, Saltire Foundation.
Community Based Organisations: Aberdeen Pain Research Collaboration Service Users Panel, B4RN (community fibre network, Lancaster, P), Bernera Historical Society, Community Transport Association Edinburgh, Farming & Tourism - East Lothian, Farming & Tourism – Perthshire, Pairc Historical Society, Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations, Scottish Organic Producers Association, Self-Employed Women's Association India, Uig Historical Society.
Government/Public Sector: Aberdeenshire Council, Borders Council, Broadband Delivery UK, Cairngorm National Park Authority, Cornwall County Council, Forestry Commission Scotland, Highlands & Islands Enterprise, Langholm Community Council, Marine Scotland, NESTRANS, NHS Scotland, NHS Grampian, NHS Highland, NHS Powys Teaching Health Board, Scottish Ambulance Service, Scottish Natural Heritage, Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, SESTRANS, NASA Glenn Research Centre, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Scottish Enterprise, Transport Scotland.
Industry: Apollo Telemedicine Networking Foundation, Avanti Communications, BT, Canan, Cybermoor, FibreOptions, First Group, Hebridean Connections Ltd, IBM (UK & India), Intelesens, Interface, Pisys, RL Software, Traveline Scotland.
Academic: City University London, Institute for Rural Health Wales, James Hutton Institute Aberdeen, Lancaster University, Newcastle University, Northumbria University, Robert Gordon University Aberdeen, Scotland's Rural University College (SRUC), Transport Research Laboratory, Falmouth University, University College London, University of Cambridge, University of Dundee, University of Edinburgh, University of Greenwich, University of Oxford, University of Stirling, University of the Highlands and Islands, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Artificial Intelligence Research Institute (IIIA) of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Indian Institute of Management, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, Monash University Australia, National Institute of Health and Family Welfare, Trinity College Dublin, University of Western Australia.