The National Research Council of Italy pays a particular attention to the cooperation with the industrial system. Actions include joint research programmes, research contracts, consulting, licensing and patent releases, foundation of research consortia and spin off companies, and many other initiatives aimed at enhancing the technology transfer processes to companies and business sectors.
A specific Structure devoted to Technology Transfer and Valorisation of research coordinates and connects the Cnr activities as regards the following topics: marketing research; intellectual property rights protection management and enhancement through the setting up of new technological enterprises; design and implementation of the technology transfer processes.
A bilateral research project Italy-Georgia to enhance the use of new technologies for Cultural Heritage. A webinar to present activities and next project phases
The Bilateral research project Italy-Georgia “Technology-Enhanced Strategies for Heritage study & valorization” has been founded for the two-years period 2021-2022, in the framework of the scientific and technological cooperation agreement between the Cnr of Italy and SRNSF of Georgia
The Institute of Heritage Science of the Italian National Research Council (Cnr-Ispc) organizes a webinar on the next MSCA call for Postdoctoral Fellowships (MSCA-PF) under Horizon Europe (indicative opening 12th May 2022)
Second annual event held as part of the MAELSTROM (coordinated by Cnr-Ismar) and In-No-Plastic (coordinated by Norwegian SINTEF) projects. The event will present innovative and sustainable technologies for the removal and recycling of marine litter – particularly plastics – creating a chance for large industrial entities, start-ups, and NGOs to meet
Technology Transfer (TT) is Cnr’s second mission, after the scientific research. The Technology Transfer Office of Cnr (TTO) is responsible for all the activities related to TT, such as protection of research results and promotion and support for Spin-off creation. On behalf of Cnr, TTO is part of TTO CIRCLE sponsored by the JRC of the European Commission
The meeting is aimed at giving the opportunity for exchange of expertise and discussion between scientists and technologists working in the field of combustion, in all its fundamental and applied aspects, with specific emphasis to low-emission and sustainable technologies
The creation of spin-off companies is an instrument for Cnr to pursue its institutional objects even in conjunction with other public and private parties. It contributes to societal and economic development of knowledge and enhances relationships and interactions between research and industry
The workshop will adress and discuss advances in MILD combustion fundamentals and technology implementation, particularly in the perspective of the energy transition and renewable energy carriers
CNR supports its researchers in protecting and valorizing the results of their research, promoting their exploitation in collaboration with industrial partners and/or other institutions. TTO of Cnr acts in coordination with the Departments and Institutes in order to regulate the procedures related to the different phases of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) generated by researchers through independent, co-funded and commissioned research
Governing new and traditional partnerships for innovation and development in the post-pandemic world
The 20th Triple Helix Conference, will be held in Florence with the aim to bring together leading scholars, policy makers and practitioners from different fields and sectors to advance the understanding of the dynamics between science, the social sector, industry and governmental institutions under the contemporary challenges
Our Promotion and marketing activities are focused on generating opportunities for sharing research infrastructures by leveraging Cnr’s IPR portfolio, our scientists’ know-how and skills, as wells as our network of stakeholders
International Summer School Environment Material Interaction - ENVIMAT 2022 "Preventive conservation of coastal archaeological sites and cultural landscapes in the Mediterranean Basin"
The International Summer School is dedicated to the impact of pollution and climate change, risk assessment and management on coastal archaeological remains, monumental complexes and cultural landscapes. The event is organized by the Cnr-Isac of Bologna and Lamezia Terme and DiBEST of the University of Calabria since 2014
Remtech Europe" is a worldwide event dedicated to #innovation in #contaminatedsites, #future #technology and to the broader themes of #environment #protection and #sustainabledevelopment. Paola Grenni, researcher at IRSA of the CNR, is the Remtech Europe Ambassador