The innovative aspect of collaboration between universities and industry

The purpose of this article is to describe the innovative partnership of science, education and industrial sectors. Allocated to the target stakeholders of the University–industrial cooperation (business environment, state, and University environment). The barriers and issues to be addressed in the field of University–industrial cooperation. Selected evaluation criteria of the system support innovation in academia and the reasons for the participation of enterprises with universities in joint research

Keywords: Innovations in collaboration, University–industrial cooperation


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