INFN staff engaged in technology transfer promote, coordinate and set up all the initiatives necessary to achieve the objectives regarding intellectual property and technology transfer established by the current INFN Statute, as well as by specific sector Regulations.
INFN recognises the intellectual property rights protection process, the economic exploitation of its skills and infrastructures and the creation of businesses around its application results as tools particularly suitable for facilitating adoption by the productive world of new and affordable technologies generated by its research.
The complexity and ambition of INFN research projects is also based on the innate ability of our scientific network to pro-actively liaise with the best technological capacity of domestic and international industry.
National Laboratory of Frascati Referents:
Claudio Cantone (email@example.com)
Mariangela Cestelli Guidi (firstname.lastname@example.org)