Tuesday, July 21, 2020 (11:30 am - 1 pm)

LIVE WEBINAR
Skills for Technology Transfer in Life Sciences



Technology Transfer is one of the pivotal themes of Community Life Sciences' activity, since its inception in 2015. Work in this field has led to the analysis of benchmark cases and international best practices, as well as the definition of guidelines to encourage Technology Transfer in Italy, many of which have come to fruition, such as the Fund for Technology Transfer, established with the Decreto Rilancio in May 2020.
Although there are encouraging signs of recognition of the centrality of Technology Transfer processes for the enhancement of national research and the development of innovative entrepreneurship, there is still much to do on this road. In Italy, in fact, structural and organizational criticalities persist, hindering the transformation of research results into value, with consequent losses in terms of capital attraction, creation of qualified employment and support to the performance of companies which, thanks to Technology Transfer, can benefit from the results of scientific research produced externally and susceptible to industrial application.
At the basis of these processes there must be the development of specialized skills for Technology Transfer, ensuring the presence of professionals capable of activating a common dialogue between the world of research and business, understanding the needs and limitations of the parties involved and leading to the maximization of benefits for both.
The third Digital Meeting of the Community Life Sciences 2020 will focus on this issue, involving speakers in the reflection on what are the strategic skills to promote Technology Transfer in Life Sciences and what actions can be implemented in Italy to address the problem of lack of specialized skills.

Speakers

Gabriella Camboni

Chief Executive Officer, BiovelocITA

Gianluca Carenzo

Head Innovation Ecosystems, Trentino Innovation Hub

Phil Elstob

Commercialisation Director, Univerity of Cambridge

Valeria Fascione

Councillor for Innovation, Startup and Internationalization, Campania Region

Iain Mattaj

Director, Human Technopole

Corrado Panzeri

Associate Partner, The European House - Ambrosetti

Francesca Pasinelli

General Director, Telethon Foundation

Giovanni Rizzo

Chief Executive Officer, Biouniversa

Programme

July 21, 2020
11:30 am - 12:30 pm Skills for Technology Transfer in Life Sciences
12:30 pm - 1 pm Debate

Documents

LIVE WEBINAR<br />
Skills for Technology Transfer in Life Sciences

Call for ideas_power2innovate

The European House - Ambrosetti

LIVE WEBINAR<br />
Skills for Technology Transfer in Life Sciences

Le competenze per il Trasferimento Tecnologico nelle Scienze della Vita_G.Carenzo

Gianluca Carenzo

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Skills for Technology Transfer in Life Sciences

Le competenze per il Trasferimento Tecnologico nelle Scienze della Vita_C.Panzeri

Corrado Panzeri

LIVE WEBINAR<br />
Skills for Technology Transfer in Life Sciences

Le competenze per il Trasferimento Tecnologico nelle Scienze della Vita_P.Elstob

Phil Elstob

LIVE WEBINAR<br />
Skills for Technology Transfer in Life Sciences

Le competenze per il Trasferimento Tecnologico nelle Scienze della Vita_V.Fascione

Valeria Fascione

LIVE WEBINAR<br />
Skills for Technology Transfer in Life Sciences

Le competenze per il Trasferimento Tecnologico nelle Scienze della Vita_G.Camboni

Gabriella Camboni

Video of the meeting

Le competenze per il Trasferimento Tecnologico nelle Scienze della Vita
Gabriella Camboni
BiovelocITA, Chief Executive Officer
Gianluca Carenzo
Hub Innovazione Trentino, Head Innovation Ecosystems
Phil Elstob
University of Cambridge, Commercialisation Director
Valeria Fascione
Regione Campania, Assessore all'Innovazione, Startup e Internazionalizzazione
Iain Mattaj
Human Technopole, Direttore
Corrado Panzeri
The European House - Ambrosetti, Associate Partner e Responsabile InnoTech Hub
Francesca Pasinelli
Fondazione Telethon, Direttore Generale
Giovanni Rizzo
Biouniversa, Chief Executive Officer