Research & Development: At the heart of knowledge transfer in Ireland

KTI is shortly to release the results of its first survey into knowledge transfer mechanisms.

21st September, 2014
Alison Campbell, director of Knowledge Transfer Ireland.

The first survey into knowledge transfer mechanisms across Ireland will be published later this month by Knowledge Transfer Ireland (KTI), the state-funded central technology transfer office operated by Enterprise Ireland in collaboration with the Irish Universities Association.

“Our role is to actively support commercialisation of state-funded research,” said KTI’s director Alison Campbell, who has over 20 years of experience in technology transfer and who received an OBE in 2010 for her services to British knowledge...

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