Technology transfer is the process of sharing scientific or technological skills, knowledge, and discoveries with another business or individual in order to create new goods, services, or procedures. This can entail the dissemination of information from academic research to business applications or from one organisation to another. Technology transfer aims to encourage collaboration between various companies to create new goods and services as well as innovation and economic growth by making innovative technologies accessible to a larger market.
Malaysia has advanced significantly in recent years in encouraging universities to commercialise cutting-edge technologies. The number of research partnerships between universities and industry has steadily increased, according to the Ministry of Higher Education's most recent report on this topic.
The following are some technology transfer best practises:
The following are some ways in which technology transfer can profit the inventor:
Researchers may choose to commercialize their technology for a variety of reasons, including:
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Date of Input: 06/04/2023 | Updated: 10/04/2023 | asrizam
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