The Innovation Offices at SciLifeLab’s four host universities – KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm University and Uppsala University – have together with SciLifeLab launched a new initiative with the aim to support and promote further development of findings and ideas for commercialization. Open Innovation Coaching sessions are offered by these Innovation Offices to SciLifeLab researchers and personnel through individual bookable timeslots for discussions and advice.
The aim is to lower the threshold for early initial discussion regarding commercialization potential and guidance towards available support, in order to further encourage translation of findings made in conjunction to the SciLifeLab technologies for the benefit of society.
Currently the on-site meetings are replaced by virtual meetings due to the COVID-19 situation – more information and links to the bookable slots are available below.
Further development and possible expansion of this pilot initiative is gladly considered, and we welcome input from relevant stakeholders in this regard.
Gustav Notander, KTH Innovation, will be available to meet you:
Calendar for booking of all remaining time slots available here.
Patrik Blomquist & Åsa Kallas, KI Innovations and Charlotta Lindquist & Tor Regberg, SU Innovation will be available to meet you:
Kindly book your time slot through this Doodle.
Staff members from UU Innovation will be available to meet you:
Kindly book your time slot through this Doodle, and we will get in touch with you before the meeting regarding location or videolink.
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