Knowledge Transfer (KT) aims to maximise the economic and societal benefits of ideas, knowledge or inventions coming from research activities and is at the core of the ASTP community. For many years, the ASTP surveys have been gathering data at a pan-European level to draw a picture of the range of activities and outputs across the broad KT geography. In this tradition, the latest report on FY2018 provides an overview of the KT landscape and draws on the largest dataset ever available with 512 respondent KTOs from 27 countries, both within the European Union and beyond. In this edition, the overview of KT landscape is complemented with reports, tools, and outputs from other international organisations on specific aspects that are related to KT.
You can read the full report here.