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Interactive S2S workshop at ISMA 2018

September 17th, 2018

During the ISMA 2018 conference, an interactive S2S workshop will be organized for researchers who are mobile between different sectors (industry, research organization and/or university). This interactive workshop aims at gathering and sharing experiences, bottlenecks and best practices between mobile PhD researchers in all phases of their project (start, middle, end).

Workshop und Diskussion zum TU Darmstadt Open Innovation Marketplace

September 13th, 2018

In the framework of the EU funded project Science2Society, the TU Darmstadt Open Innovation marketplace is being developed. In this workshop we will show you what the marketplace is about and how it works. Furthermore, we want to receive your opinion on the marketplace and discuss with you about further possibilities to find research partners and to exploit your ideas.

Agenda available soon. Stayed tuned through our social channels.

Contact person: Philipp Neubauer, Neubauer@sam.tu-darmstadt.de

Expert Talk at Bosch Engineering Center in Austria

June 11th, 2018

On the 17th of May a group of dedicated innovation practitioners met at Bosch Engineering Center in Linz, Austria. Large companies like Bosch and Fronius were also present as well as high-tec SMEs like Tecpond. The focus of this Science2Society outreach activity was to discuss current good practices for Technology- and Innovation Management and what approaches work most efficient to transfer such knowledge from academia to industry. “Knowledge transfer” is one of the seven interaction mechanisms Science2Society is focusing on in it piloting activities.

WORKSHOP REPORT ‘Mejorando la transferencia de tecnología en Europa’ - Available!

June 08th, 2018

Last 8 of June 2018 was held at the UPC, the Barcelona Science2Society local workshop.

The UPC Vice-rector for Knowledge Transfer and Innovation, Jordi Berenguer, welcomed the attendants, and introduced some facts and figures about the knowledge transfer activities developed by the UPC. Juan Pérez, European Projects Manager at CIT UPC, introduced the Science2Society project to the audience.

Josep M. Piqué, President of IASP, introduced success factors in technology transfer with some examples.

Workshop on June 8: Improving Technology Transfer in Europe (in Spanish)

May 29th, 2018

On June 8, the Center for Innovation and Technology of UPC (CIT UPC) will host a workshop on 'Improving technology transfer in Europe', within the framework of the Science2Society (S2S) project. The objective of the event is to provide a space for debate and exchanging experiences in technology transfer, through the pilot projects that are being developed in S2S.

Be part of our project through our collaboration survey on R&D&I projects!

May 09th, 2018

Science2Society also works in the optimisation process of building international collaborative R&D initiatives. We feel that, presently, the combined effort to submit such bids (like the typical H2020 Research and Innovation Action 70 page proposals) is increasingly difficult to fit into the working schedule of R&D professionals in academia and industry.

5th Science2Society-Meeting: engaging with multi-stakeholder groups

April 19th, 2018

The 5th face-to-face Science2Society-project Meeting took place in Vienna (Austria) from 19 to 20 April, 2018.

After a quick review of the status of the 7 Pilots, the focus of the meeting was how to disseminate the S2S findings at large. The 7 Pilots represent important Interactions Mechanisms between University and Industry, for how to create new business and improve innovation systems across Europe.

Open Science Conference 2018

March 13th, 2018

The Open Science Conference is dedicated to promote the Open Science movement. This conference provides a unique forum where researchers, librarians, practitioners, politicians, and other important stakeholders can discuss and exchange Open Science practices, experiences, and strategies.

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