The Technology Transfer Handbook – Moldovan-Estonian cooperation in Technology Transfer by learning good practices, was recently submitted for download as project output of the BITTEM project.
The innovation capability center had supported the BITTEM Project founded by the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. BITTEM stands for Bilateral Technology Transfer Excellence for Moldova and was coordinated by Tallinn University of Technology from Estonia (TUT) and Industry of Republic of Moldova (CCI RM), the Agency for Innovation and Technology Transfer (AITT), the Organization for Small and Medium Enterprises Sector Development (ODIMM), the Center for International Projects of the Academy of Science of Moldova (ASM). As a good governance project, BITTEM aims improving the coordination, information flow, transparency, and accountability of the technology transfer process between the most important Moldovan stakeholders and private enterprises, aiming at Public Private Partnership.
Our team had supported the training event in Feb. 2014 in Chisinau, Moldova and contributed to the Technology Transfer Handbook with a chapter: “innoSPICE: Prepare the implementation in Moldova”. Reflecting on the potential benefits on the use of innoSPICE for the Moldovan innovation system.
The Project was led by Dr. Siemon Smid one of the leading European experts in technology transfer and Entrepreneurship support.
The handbook can be downloaded here.