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Research Luxembourg’s collaborative open innovation network is the free-access platform to find and accelerate research, funding and innovation opportunities with national and global partners.

This platform is powered by Innoget, the global open innovation network for innovative companies, scientists, start-ups and experts.

Founded in 2006, it offers a simple and secure opportunity to make trustworthy contacts, initiate projects and share knowledge about technologies as well as in disciplines like biosciences, chemistry, engineering and IT – with guaranteed protection of Intellectual Property and confidentiality.

The Innoget user community consists of thousands of specialists in their fields who benefit from free access to both Technology calls and Technology Offers published by internationally active organisations from the scientific community and the business world.

Fostering cooperation between academics and external technology and industry partners.

Jordi Ràfols, the CEO of Innoget

Thanks to this platform, companies, startups and entrepreneurs will be able to tap into all the technologies being developed in Luxembourg’s public research institutions. In addition, it will stimulate calls from industry to public institutes, to create new business opportunities and bring together public and private partners with a common interest.

“We are very proud to support Research Luxembourg in the deployment of its technology transfer digitalisation strategy by providing our Open Innovation Software, the Innoget-Cloud, and project implementation capabilities”, said Jordi Ràfols, the CEO of Innoget. “It is a great opportunity to work with Research Luxembourg team towards our vision of democratizing technology and knowledge transfer by also connecting our innovation eco-systems while fostering cooperation between academics and external technology and industry partners in a very diverse fields of market applications.”

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