Whether your field of interest is engineering, materials and energy, biotechnology and health, food and environment, humanities and social sciences – in this section you will find:
Research competences offers
UCL’s wide-ranging expertise is described in subject-specific brochures, which include information on the potential of team research, choosing the right research partner and even establishing a partnership with UCL.
Certain UCL research entities are ready to collaborate with a company in order to apply their expertise to the marketing of new products or services.
The LTTO proposes cutting-edge technologies owned by UCL, Saint Luke University Hospital and the de Duve Institute, for licensing or commercialisation (for example, via material transfer agreements).
Steering Committee participation
Composed of project leaders, an LTTO representative and business mentors, the committee is responsible for guiding the project toward its commercialisation.