Knowledge transfer and interdisciplinarity are increasingly required to access research funding. But how does collaboration between academia, the private and public sector, involving diverse institutions and disciplines, work in practice? Does it really generate new kinds of knowledge and break down old boundaries? And in what ways does it benefit the wider public? Under the chair of Prof. Nigel Llewellyn, Head of Research at Tate, researchers and practitioners will shed new light on this ongoing debate with reference to recent research schemes.