Health Innovation Development Centre
The history of the Health Innovation Development Centre began in 2017 finding ways to make the most effective use of the results of the University’s top-level fundamental and applied biomedical and agricultural research, developing and putting into practice health technologies and innovations, with the aim of expanding the scope and areas of cooperation with business. The main tasks of the Health Innovation Development Centre are related to the active search and attraction of private investors in the University’s R&D activities and results, as well as the implementation of innovative activities that increase the University’s attractiveness to businesses.
Activities of the Health Innovation Development Centre:
- Commercialisation of the results and services of university research and experimental development, transfer of knowledge and technology;
- Protection and management of intellectual property;
- Creation and development of a new innovative businesses (start-ups);
- Promotion, education and dissemination of entrepreneurship.
The main goal of the Health Innovation Development Centre – to achieve smooth cooperation between science and business in the creation, development and transfer of scientific results.