The iBridge Network provides the transparency and access to university developed innovations that will lead to further advances and next-generation products. The Network aggregates research materials, technologies, and discoveries in an online, easy-to-search forumâ€”the iBridge Web site.
The SUPER-SME (SUpporting Potential and Existing Research intensive SMEs) project aims to contribute to the objective of raising the intensity of research expenditure and activity of enterprises in the participating regions through a mix of activities.
IBM presents a unique audio series entitled “The New Intellectual Property Marketplace.” The first episode in the series discusses the characteristics of the new IP marketplace, featuring Irving Wladawsky-Berger, IBM vice president of technology strategy and innovation.
The Stockholm Challenge is a global networking program for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) entrepreneurs. One of its scope is to demonstrate how information technology can improve living conditions and increase economic growth in all parts of the world.
InnoCentive is a web-based community matching top scientists to relevant R&D challenges facing leading companies from around the globe. It provides an online forum enabling major companies to reward scientific innovation through financial incentives.
The “Advancing Innovation and Entrepreneurship” conference aimed to better educate faculty to recognize opportunities for innovations and to develop models that will foster cross-university and university-industry collaborations.
Smart Start introduces the visitors to basic intellectual property (IP) concepts if they are starting or buying a business.