Technology Transfer ─ Innovations for Industry
Research at the HZDR makes major contributions to improving cancer visualization and treatment, the sustainable use of resources, and a better understanding of matter and materials. To ensure that our ideas are applied swiftly, we cooperate with industrial partners and clinics, license our technologies to companies and launch new firms. We also pass on knowledge and expertise by opening our research facilities to third parties for joint use, making data available to others, and providing consulting services.
The Departments of "Technology Transfer and Innovation" and "Legal Affairs and Patents" bundle all the skills and support services at the HZDR that are essential for succesful technology transfer – ranging from patent, innovation and contract management to technology marketing.
News & Events
Would you like to register an invention or apply for a patent? Do you require information on legal issues, contracts, or funding and financing options? We are happy to help you.
The HZDR has a lot to offer – a wide range of ideas, inventions, technologies and processes are developed at our research center. We are happy to work together with industrial partners to create innovative products.
How can the transfer of knowledge and technology be funded, and what programs are available for this purpose? Find the right form of funding for your R&D project.
Selected transfer highlights and thriving spin-offs from the HZDR are clear evidence of our successful transfer of knowledge and technologies.
Technology Transfer and Spin-Off Events
Advanced training courses, workshops, lectures and seminars in the field of technology transfer – find out more about what is on offer in Dresden and the surrounding area.
The HZDR Exploitation Guideline
In order to fulfil its societal remit and its mission as stated in the charter, one of the HZDR's aims is to optimize the transfer of its research findings to the economy and society.
Alumni Engagement in Technology Transfer
The Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) want to involve alumni in technology transfer activities.
GRULA Project for SMEs
This project aims to boost cooperation between small and medium-sized companies on the one hand, and universities and research institutions on the other.