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Webinar: What do R&D teams want from universities?

Ruth Kirk

Ruth Kirk

Digital Content Officer – IN-PART

What do R&D teams want from universities?

Understanding the outlook of R&D teams in companies is essential for successful knowledge exchange and commercialisation.

In this webinar, three R&D practitioners working at the interface with academia share their outlook on collaborating with universities and research institutes, providing insights into the motivations and processes behind their evaluation of new research.

 

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About IN-PART:

To help get discoveries and breakthroughs out of the lab and onto the market, we’ve simplified the initial connection between academia and industry through two solutions:

IN-PART, a digital partnering platform for university-industry collaboration.

250+ universities and research institutes around the world currently showcase their research and innovation on IN-PART to find new collaboration partners in industry. R&D teams get free access to the platform (create an account here). There are no hidden costs and we don’t claim downstream fees.

Discover, a bespoke scouting service for open innovation.

Through Discover, corporate R&D teams can leverage our extended academic network, which reaches multiple teams across 1,200+ universities and research institutes worldwide. In response to a specific research requirement or challenge, Discover enables R&D teams to identify new opportunities for commercialisation or to solicit proposals for new research.

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