TECNALIA will provide its experience and lessons learned in technology transfer processes to the innovation ecosystem.
TECNALIA's innovation and technology policy department is taking part in the UNIcorn initiative.. It is developing and strengthening technology transfer processes at the participating universities, improving education on entrepreneurship, strengthening technology transfer links, and boosting the impact of technology transfer and education on entrepreneurship.
TECNALIA will provide its experience and lessons learned in technology transfer processes to the innovation ecosystem, particularly in relation to managing R&D and innovation projects, providing laboratory services and protecting and exploiting its intellectual and industrial property. This will help participating universities establish and improve their technology transfer offices.
In the UNIcorn initiative, TECNALIA works alongside the following members: Tallinn University of Technology (Leader) (Estonia), Tallinn University (Estonia), University of Tartu (Estonia), Stockholm School of Economics in Riga (Latvia) and Vilnius University (Lithuania).
The UNICORN project is funded by EIT Urban Mobility and will run until December 2021, with the possibility of extending it for a further 18 months.
This project is funded by EIT Urban Mobility, an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). EIT Urban Mobility is working to accelerate positive change in mobility to make urban spaces more liveable.