New knowledge comes into use, and innovative solutions emerge when businesses and entrepreneurs collaborate with our innovation environments.
Do you need a good business idea? Do you want to be an industrial partner in the development and realisation of new ground-breaking technology and help put research results into practice? Or do you need a graduate with strong entrepreneurial skills?
We have a number of academically anchored innovation environments for students and employees, and their aim is to establish a close link between entrepreneurs, SMEs and research and education environments.
Our students are increasingly trained in entrepreneurship. Partly in order to strengthen the students' competences in collaboration with the business community, and partly to support them to develop their own businesses. Contact Rajiv Vaid Basaiawmoit, if you would like to know more.
To find out more about how our academic innovation environments can benefit you, contact the faculty's business contact.