In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- What it is really good at is developing innovations and commercializing them.
- By working constantly to forge strong links to a number of local industries, it is hoped that the Institute's innovations can be rapidly commercialised.
- You may find inspiration for your idea from commercialising a labour-saving process that has been around for years.
- In other instances, institutions may seek to commercialize materials that faculty produce for regular courses.
- In 1551, Antwerp's aldermen had begun a campaign to develop and commercialize their city's southeastern quadrant.
- In Japan, where companies have commercialized a solar roofing material, some 70,000 homes now have solar installations.
- If and when we decide to commercialise this process you will receive a formal written offer.
- The board will be mostly comprised of business people and its aim is to commercialise education and health.
- After all, this is a country that's notorious for having to commercialise its innovations overseas.
- Fung said one of the changes to be made will require applicants to prove that their innovations can be commercialised.
- He has suggested putting us in touch with people to commercialize our work, but we are not following this now.
- They take the science and couple it with their engineers to commercialize the process.
- Encourage them to look more at commercialising the innovation that they have on their campuses.
- Negotiations are underway to commercialise the project through a partnership with a leading company in the area of transplantation diagnostics.
- The initiative has been formed to commercialise work to help drug companies create products to combat resistant bacteria.
- Our hurdle is finding ways to commercialise our talents.
- We are working hard to commercialise this science and will be doing the essential clinical trials until the end of next year.
- Put simply, it will mean more competition - for capital, for people and to capture and commercialise innovation.
- ‘This task should be commercialized, so that it will develop faster, but for now it depends on government funds,’ he said.
- ‘But it will be ten years before we can drive down the costs enough to commercialize the material,’ he notes.
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