Innoget presents its open Innovation platform in València

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12 November, 2012   News

We presented our open innovation platform in the First National Congress of scientific entrepreneurs in Valencia, 7th – 9th of November 2012; from science to business.
The Congress was organized by the University of Valencia in collaboration with the Science Park and the Department of Enterprise Culture.
Three days in which we shared knowledge, experiences, ideas and points of view on technology transfer, the transfer of knowledge, the scientific entrepreneurial with its challenges and opportunities and how to undertake in the scientific world and succeed. Entrepreneurs and great professionals from all over the country attended to the event.

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