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Innoget facilitates collaboration between innovation seekers and innovation suppliers such as large enterprises, SMEs, research organizations and innovation professionals actively looking for research, funding and licensing opportunities.
Many organizations conducting open innovation related activities, such as technology scouting, R&D and Business Development collaborative projects, technology transfer, etc. are getting competitive advantage by connecting with new technology partners worldwide thanks to their posts on Innoget.
Innoget was established in 2006 from the ingegration of a group of professionals of recognized standing and experience in the fields of open innovation and technology transfer.
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Innovation Insider: An interview with Mark Richardson, Chief Executive Officer at National Biofilms Innovation Centre
In line with our mission to track down Innoget users in the world's most amazing organizations to discover their thoughts on open innovation and technology transfer, where they see is headed, and learn more about how is the innovation culture within their organization, this month we interviewed Mr Mark Richardson, Chief Executive Officer of the National Biofilms Innovation Centre to know more about the future of technolo...
--- This article was originally published by Samantha Black, PhD, The Science Advisory Board staff writer on the digital media scienceboard.com. The article has been replicated on Innoget's Innovation Blog by Innoget's Editorial Staff for information purposes. --- What makes the SARS-CoV-2 virus so virulent? Researchers from the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) analyzed the genomics of the virus -- and compar...
--- This article was originally published by The Science Advisory Board staff writers on the digital media scienceboard.com. The article has been replicated on Innoget's Innovation Blog by Innoget's Editorial Staff for information purposes. --- Ideaya Biosciences and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) have formed a strategic partnership in the emerging oncology field of synthetic lethality. Synthetic lethality occurs when the combi...