The last CHARM-EU podcast episode explores how do researchers can become entrepreneurs and the different pathways of academic spin-off creation as a way to valorise the results of public scientific research.
Collaborating with enterprises for research and technology transfer and detecting innovation within CHARM-EU
An analysis conducted by TORCH involving the five universities highlights the strategies and best practices implemented by universities to collaborate with non-academic actors, and especially enterprises, for research collaboration and how they operate to detect innovation emerging from their research teams.
On December 13th and 14th 2022, the CHARM-EU Alliance is hosting the public CHARM-EU Annual Conference in Barcelona. Participants will have the opportunity to take a look forward while also reflecting on the achievements of the CHARM-EU Alliance in order to evaluate the multilevel impact of the European University Alliances.
CHARM-EU joint Master’s Global Challenges for Sustainability is featured in the latest issue of Nature, the world's leading multidisciplinary science journal. The correspondence emphasizes the importance of transdisciplinary training for tackling future challenges.
CHARM-EU associate partner Gedeon Richter has organised an ideathon where students coming from different Hungarian universities could test their creativity in small teams. ELTE students and mentors participating were among the winning teams.