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How can technology transfer drive innovation?
    Friday July 13, 2012 8:00am - 9:30am @ The Liffey A

    Despite the widespread rejection of the 'linear model' of innovation, policy often continues to build on linear thinking. Thus, the idea that 'making better use of publicly funded R&D is a significant problem' in Europe underpins aspects of the 'Innovation Union' flagship of the Europe 2020 Strategy.

    The 'Technological Impacts of Knowledge Transfer from Public Research Organisations' project of the Science and Technology Options Assessment Panel of the European Parliament was conceived to deepen understanding of policy options for knowledge interchange. It explores the mechanisms of mutual influence and exchange that should underpin institutional 'knowledge transfer' strategies as well as trade-offs between formal technology transfer and other forms of research-industry cooperation.

    Technopolis Group and University of Twente, Netherlands...

    European Chemical Industry Council, Belgium

    Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, Belgium...

    Science|Business Publishing, Belgium  

    Science and Technology Options Assessment, European Parliam...

    Type Science Programme, Policy
    Host Organization European Parliament
  • Organiser Miklos Gyorffi
  • Tags SP26

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