Partners in technology transfer

The brochure presents practical examples of the technology and knowledge transfer at the HZDR.

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HZDR Innovation Contest

In the Innovation Contest, HZDR employees, guest scientists and scholars bring their ideas into action by transforming their research results and scientific knowledge into usable products or services.


HZDR Innovation Contest 2019: 14 teams of scientists want to convince with their ideas

14 innovative commercialisation ideas were successfully presented at the 3rd HZDR Innovation Contest on December 3 and 4, 2019. With the help of mentors, the teams worked out seven-minute pitch talks during a one-day workshop. With these pitch talks they then tried to convince the jury of their idea. "This is a difficult task and a new experience for the researchers," explains Dr. Björn Wolf, Head of Technology Transfer and Innovation at the HZDR and a member of the jury.  Most scientists deal with topics such as unique selling points, market potentials or fields of application for the first time in the workshops. However, some teams have so much fun in the contest that they participate several times in a row.

A total of 21 ideas entered the HZDR Innovation Contest in 2019. 14 of them were selected for the workshops. The applications came from all research fields of the HZDR - health, matter and energy.  The HZDR Innovation Contest has established itself as a successful instrument for idea scouting for the transfer of technologies into business and society. The three best teams will receive a cash prize at the HZDR awards ceremony on February 26, 2020.

David Bauer vom Institut für Radiopharmazeutische Krebsforschung präsentiert die Idee seines Teams vor der Jury. ©Copyright: HZDR

David Bauer from the Institute for Radiopharmaceutical Cancer Research presents his team's idea to the jury.

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