Academe-Industry Collaboration by Research Institutes Project Boosts Academic Research Results Academe-Industry Revenues Double to NT$ 320 Million
Event Academe-Industry Collaboration by Research Institutes Project Boosts Academic Research Results Academe-Industry Revenues Double to NT$ 320 Million

Minister Chen, Liang-Gee of Science and Technology (fifth from the left), Director of Department of Academe-Industry Collaboration and Science Park Affairs, Chiou, Chyou-Huey (fourth from the right) led 11 corporations to present the results from the Academe-Industry Collaboration by Research Institutes Project in 2019
 

The Ministry of Science and Technology held the “Presentation of Results from the Academe-Industry Collaboration by Research Institutes Project” at the Songshan Cultural and Creative Park on November 6th, linking three major projects, “Academe-Industry Collaboration by Research Institutes Project,” “Biomedical Innovation Clusters Integration Program,” “Taiwan Reputed University Startups to Taiwan Unicorns (The TRUST-U Program)” and “Global Research and Industry Alliance (GLORIA).” Nearly 50 successful academe-industry collaboration cases with added value were presented there.
 
In addition to the cross-project resources which have been invested this year, we also worked with industry associations to hold business matchmaking events to promote technological results at the universities. We also provided the Bootcamp Workshop and various training courses to help university teams develop a wide variety of implementation and operating strategies for product market positioning, patent portfolio, technology commercialization as well as market positioning, and preparing for future industrialization. With joint efforts by the academe and corporations, industries have invested NT$ 320 million, which has doubled when compared to the figures last year.
 
Minister Chen, Liang-Gee of Science and Technology, said that the originality of academic research has a huge impact on industries. The corporations of each department and agency can connect with academic research in the upstream with industrial companies in the downstream. By integrating corporations, we expect to act as a bridge between the industries and academe and bring added values to research which will be passed on to the industries. By leveraging these research results, industries and companies can create more economic value and collaborate to form a strong technical ecosystem.
 
At the event, various domain experts were invited to select winners from the consultation cases of this year. Three winners received the Excellent Case Award. The winners are the case “Saliva Protein as Biomarker for Oral Cancer” by Professor Yu, Jau-Song from Graduate Institute of Biomedical Science, Chang Gung University and NARLabs, the case “An innovative value-added grant by metal processing for intramedullary nailing screw hole rapid targeting” by Professor Chu, Woei-Chyn from National Yang Ming University and Metal Industries Research and Development Centre, and the case “Waste reduction circulation, turning pig urine into gold” by Professor Huang, Yao-Hui and ITRI. Minister Chen, Liang-Gee of Science and Technology gave these awards, encourage them, and hoped that the corporations, industries, and academe work together to put the idea “Small Economy, Smart Strategy” into practice. We will integrate interdepartmental and cross-project resources to achieve the goal “Academe-Industry Collaboration for Better Creativity.”
 
Since the release of the Academe-Industry Collaboration by Research Institutes Project in 2015, considerable experience and results have been obtained. 208 consultation cases have been successfully implemented, which facilitated technology and patent transfer, academe-industry collaboration, and NT$ 770 million start-up fundraising with 161 new products and applications, 2,265 talents cultivated and 16 start-ups.



Minister Chen, Liang-Gee of Science and Technology visited a case booth_ Waste reduction circulation, turning pig urine into gold



Minister Chen, Liang-Gee of Science and Technology had a picture with an awardee team

 
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