22 start-up companies presented themselves to CBS students to match their skills with innovative solutions and products. The students also took great interest in Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre who invited to a collaboration around commercialization of research results.
4 minutes is all the time there is for a pitch in front of 1100 students at CBS. But it is enough time to pique their interest in collaborating with researchers from Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre (DHRTC) in relation to how you may take research results from academia to industry.
”We would like to invite talented CBS students with knowledge of commercialization to a meeting with the researchers who work with new technical solutions for the oil and gas industry. The students took a good interest in creating synergy between competences,” says Claus Myllerup, Commercialisation Strategy Director, DHRTC.
The interested students will get the opportunity to meet the researchers behind selected projects to determine where there may be a good match for further cooperation.
”To begin with, the goal is to establish projects which support the ongoing technical research projects with important aspects of a potential commercialization. All the input we get, we will carry with us in order to increase the oil and gas recovery in the Danish part of the North Sea through technological innovation,” tells Claus Myllerup.
Keep an eye on the Event site for the upcoming matchmaking meeting.