The ASTP Annual Survey provides a unique view of the European knowledge transfer landscape. We are pleased to share the results of the survey conducted on financial year 2017 data.
The Survey Committee of ASTP are happy to share with you the results of the Annual Survey for the Financial Year 2016 (FY2016). Based on the largest European worked dataset so far, it offers valuable insights into KT offices their activities and outputs.
If you would like to contribute to the survey for 2017, find out more here.
We are pleased to provide our members, contributors and stakeholders with the results of our fiscal year 2015 (FY2015) Survey which provides insights of the FY2015 European Knowledge Transfer landscape. This report presents the results which derive from our FY2015 Survey that was conducted and analysed with significant efforts and the strong commitment of our Survey Committee who collected and analysed information
This Handbook provides access to the various experiences of Knowledge Transfer National Associations. Here you can explore the variety of structures under which they have been created, learn for their different histories, and find models to help grow your own association.
- Do you want to benchmark your activities with your European peers ?
- How does success look like ?
This Report will help all the institutions involved in knowledge transfer in Europe, as well as policy makers, to have a reliable and complete picture of the European knowledge and technology transfer landscape.
This data will support benchmarking and comparative exercises and internal awareness campaigns.Thanks to the efforts of all technology transfer offices in Europe, the Survey Committee managed to receive the survey from 373 respondents.
This is an unprecedented success with respect to the survey of 2014, when 207 offices participated to the survey.
This White Paper summarizes the reflections and discussions during the meetings of the Advisory Board of the EU FP7 project Entente (HEALTH-F1- 2012-305128 ), which brought together knowledge transfer professionals from both industry and academia in frank and open discussions on the possibilities and problems of academic knowledge transfer within the field of health.
The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the knowledge transfer process and the role of the different actors therein.
As in 2012, ASTP-Proton aims to publish a series of stories about successful products or services made possible through research results from a European public research organization and the role of knowledge transfer professionals in achieving that success.