The priority of the Center for Innovation and Knowledge Transfer in Agribusiness is the promotion of knowledge, support of innovation and cooperation with business. To achieve these priorities Center for Innovation and Knowledge Transfer in Agribusiness is focusing also on the development of networks of scientific institutions and business - on a scale not only national, but also international. The partner organizations of the Center for Innovation and Knowledge Transfer in Agribusiness are the following:
FoodNetCenter which was created in 2006 supports international cooperation in research on the food supply chain and network organizations. FoodNetCenter is committed by its members in the implementation of many international projects. The members of the FoodNetCenter are: Fraunhofer Institute and the Wageningen University. The team of the Center for Innovation and Knowledge Transfer in Agribusiness is responsible for coordination of the cooperation with FoodNetCenter Bonn.
More information: http://www.foodnetcenter.uni-bonn.de/
GIQS is a non-profit organization dedicated to facilitate international research & development collaboration in agricultural and related sciences, functioning since the 2001. The Universities of Bonn and Wageningen initiated the foundation of GIQS. The successful cooperation lead to realization of many international projects in research on the food supply chain. The members of the GIQS are: the universities and research bodies, public authorities, companies in the food chain and interested individuals. The team of the Center for Innovation and Knowledge Transfer in Agribusiness is responsible for coordination of the cooperation with GIQS.
More information: http://www.giqs.org/
Cluster of Innovation in Agribusiness
“Cluster of Innovation in Agribusiness”, established by the Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW has been created as a part of the Regional Operational Programme of Mazovia Province 2007-2013 (Priority I - Creating conditions for development of innovation potential and entrepreneurship in Mazovia, Measure 1.6. Promoting cooperative relations of regional significance). The main focus of the cluster is to transfer the knowledge into business (science to business-S2B), increase the efficiency of technology and knowledge transfer between participants in the cluster, and consequently increase the innovative potential of the Mazovia region.
The subject of this project is to create corporate relations for regional functioning within the broader field of Agribusiness. Initiation of cooperation within the cluster aims to create an effective tool for policy development, raising levels of innovation and competitiveness of enterprises in Mazovia. As a result of the project, the internet platform for Innovation in Agribusiness will be created, in order to provide information, establish cooperation linkages and implement joint innovative initiatives.
Małgorzata Szczupska (email@example.com)
Paweł Grzelak (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Phone: +48 22 59 34 253
More information: http://www.wne.sggw.pl/category/citwa/agroklaster/