Bringing research and industry together for commercial gain

13th September, 2015
Alison Campbell, director, KTI Knowledge Transfer Ireland

KTI (Knowledge Transfer Ireland) was established two years ago to support industry access to expertise and commercial opportunities from state-funded research. It is a partnership between Enterprise Ireland and the Irish Universities Association, accountable to the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation (DJEI) and the presidents of the Irish universities.

“Our role is to support and de-mystify the system of industry working with research performing organisations,” said Dr Alison Campbell, director at KTI.

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