The commercial adoption of university developed technology can provide businesses with cost effective solutions which may often be too expensive to create in house.
Scotland's universities are experienced in the commercialisation of research and technology and they are always looking for new industry partners to invest in or develop ideas further.
Here are the latest technologies seeking industrial collaboration:
- Distributed Feedback Membrane Lasers For Counterfeit Protection And Authentication
- Chimaeric Innate Immune Receptors (CIIRS)
- Novel and selective inhibitors of SRC family kinases
- High throughput imaging of cellular forces
- App for accurate detection and monitoring of delirium
To help simplify this technology transfer from academia to industry the universities have developed University Technology, an online portal offering a one stop shop for their technology innovations. There are over 150 opportunities from all of Scotland's universities across all industry sectors which reflect current research trends and market demands.
If you are looking for new ideas and technology opportunities contact us and we can help find a technology that matches your business requirements.
Dermofit is a great example of how a university developed technology is now being used to train medical professionals – read the case study here.