Technologies available for licensing, investment, joint ventures and R&D contracts in Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Uzbekistan

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Techprofiles.org promotes research and development at universities and institutes to further scientific knowledge, promote economic growth and to improve quality of life.

Techprofiles.org contains Institute Profile Forms (IPF) and Technology Profile Forms (TPF) of some technical universities and scientific institutes in Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.

The engineers and scientists from each of the institutes and universities may be interested in providing consulting and licensing services for your company or working on specific R&D solutions for your company under a contractual arrangement.

If you are interested in such cooperation and collaboration please provide feedback to us or contact the individuals directly. You will be pleased with the results you receive from developing such working relationships with the engineers and scientists in Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Moldova and Uzbekistan. To contact STCU please send a feedback message.

The information in this website is prepared as a starting point to learn about universities, institutes and the scientific expertise and technology developments. Interested parties should contact the inventors and the institutes directly for collaboration and partnering opportunities.

The Science and Technology Center in Ukraine (STCU) has developed this website as a reference guide for universities, scientific institutes and technology opportunities in the five countries that STCU works in, namely, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, Uzbekistan.

STCU is a intergovernmental organization whose mission is the non-proliferation of knowledge and expertise in weapons of mass destruction. STCU is headquartered in Ukraine and works in 5 countries, namely, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. We support the scientists of the Former Soviet Union in their transition from building weaponry to redirecting their scientific skills to peaceful research in the civilian, government and private sectors.We encourage their participation, interaction and collaboration with western scientific and business communities. We have many scientific projects which were sponsored with the financial support of STCU’s Governing Parties from the US, EU and Canada.

For more information about STCU’s activities please visit our website at http://www.stcu.int. STCU is an established, western style organization having over 14 years of operational experience. STCU helps you search and set up tailored development projects. Key benefits of working with STCU are moderate R&D costs, project monitoring and customs clearance assistance provided.

The STCU project related activities are supported and augmented by other initiatives: Training Programs, Patent and Licensing Support, Sustainability Promotion, Travel Grant Program, Targeted R&D Initiative, and others.

Over the last few years it has become apparent to us that such scientific organizations need to promote their scientific skills and opportunities in order to seek partnering opportunities with western investors and western organizations, both public and private. This website contains one-page capability descriptions of Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, Uzbekistan universities and scientific institutes (Institute Profile Forms- IPFs) and one-page technology profile forms (TPFs). More information can be obtained directly from the scientific contacts provided at the universities and institutes.

As these countries move toward a market-driven economic structure, their scientific institutes and universities will become increasingly important as technology drivers that promote the scientific research and technologies that are being developed and produced by their scientists. In order to establish business relations with western investors and business people, the various scientific communities will need new tools that will enable them to demonstrate their intellectual capital in the most productive manner.

To meet the competitive challenges of integrating into the largely knowledge-based economies of the western world, the countries of the former Soviet Union will need to change and adapt. They will need to utilize the forms by which scientific communities get their products to the marketplace and through sales acquire wealth and promote healthy economies. Licensing, technology transfer and new high technology start-up companies will be some of the necessary steps leading to global economic integration.

An integral and valuable resource for universities, scientists, researchers, and scientific organizations in the West is the development of Technology Transfer Offices within their various organizations. The scientific communities in the countries of the former Soviet Union are now aware that the kind of services that these Technology Transfer Offices provide is very much needed by them also. This booklet of Science Opportunities in Ukraine is a way to address this need.

We want to thank the scientific organizations that have prepared the original profiles of their scientific expertise and their technology opportunities. It must be noted that in translating from one language into another exact correlations are not always possible; stylistic, cultural, business and legal discrepancies do occur.

Good luck with your scientific developments, and may this booklet help to promote the scientific opportunities that exist in Ukraine, as it moves toward a global, market-driven knowledge economy.

Please note:
STCU is not responsible for the contents of any of the institute and technology profiles in this booklet. The material should be used as a guide only in order to interest others to collaborate and partner with the scientific organizations of these countries.

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