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New initiative to improve links between researchers and businesses

Knowledge Transfer Ireland aims to help commercialise ideas resulting from state-funded research, writes Elaine O'Regan

1st June, 2014

Indigenous SMEs are set to benefit from the launch of a new initiative designed to ease the flow of commercially valuable information between researchers and businesses.

Knowledge Transfer Ireland (KTI) went live last week at knowledgetransferireland.com, with the aim of simplifying the process of commercialising ideas resulting from state-funded research.

KTI will operate as a centralised technology transfer office run collaboratively by Enterprise Ireland and the Irish Universities Association.

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