Open consultation, on public- private, transnational research cooperation and knowledge transfer
Public consultation on transnational research cooperation and knowledge transfer between public research organisations and industry
DG Research Directorate-General and DG Enterprise and Industry has launched an open web-based consultation for stakeholders on their needs in relation to transnational research cooperation and knowledge transfer between public research organisations and industry and on possible actions in this field.
The consulatation is largely based on the recognition that sub-optimal research cooperation and knowledge transfer between public research organisations and industry is a key weakness of the European research and innovation system.
The consultation document contains a number of questions relating to facilitating cooperation between industry and public research organisations, the legal situation in the EU and on how to tackle the problems identified.
On the basis of the replies and of stakeholder and expert input, the Commission intends to prepare a Communication on ways to foster and facilitate cooperation between industry and public research organisations and knowledge transfer in Europe. This communication will complement the recent Communication on “Mobilising the brainpower of Europe: enabling universities to make their full contribution to the Lisbon Strategy”
ScanBalt will answer to the consultation, please forward your views directly to
General Secretary, Peter Frank ( )
The consultation will be open until July 19.
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