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Not-for-profit fund at Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Since its inception in 2003, NTNU-TT has brought together a diverse team of 30 professionals with various backgrounds and expertise in different disciplines including engineering, medicine, natural sciences, social sciences, finance and law.
NIK Seed Funds at Bergen University
The BTO team consists of 30 highly skilled and experienced people covering the full range of technology transfer services from securing IP to commercialization activities. A particular focus is on business development and start-up support.
Investors Day at University of Minho
TecMinho was established in 1990 as a private non- profit association to promote the University’s connection to society and contribute to regional development by supporting the transfer of knowledge and technologies created at the University into application.
Innovation Scouts at RWTH Aachen University
Established in 1870, RWTH Aachen University is the largest university of technology in Germany. The University’s 9 faculties are composed of 260 institutes. RWTH Aachen has more than 42,000 students registered for 144 course programmes.
Ideas exchange platform at Cracow University of Economics TTO
Cracow University of Economics is a public university of economics in Poland founded 1925 with 20,000 students enrolled. The Science and Economy Project started in October 2008 and ended in the end of 2011.
Champions Programme at the University of Cambridge
Cambridge Enterprise was established as an external Technology Transfer Office (TTO) by the University of Cambridge in 2006 to help students and academics form and fund spin-out companies, bring new ideas to market, and transfer university expertise to industry and government.