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GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS FOR INNOVATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

Investigators
Maredia, KA; Mbabazi, RU
Institutions
Michigan State University
Start date
2021
End date
2026
Objective
Enhance the global engagement of AgBioResearch Scientists and U.S. Agribusinesses in the important food and agricultural problems facing Michigan and the world.Specific objectives:In collaboration with MSU Innovation Center (MSU-T Office), identify existing and emerging technologies generated by AgBioResearch and MSU with potential applications and market opportunities in target emerging countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.Analyze the policy, regulatory, and business environment for technology transfer and commercialization.Develop collaborative linkages and public-private partnerships that would enable piloting of potential innovations from MSUIdentify international scientists and institutions that will collaborate with MSU scientists on important research projects, including joint grant proposals.Identify international technologies that will help Michigan agriculture become more productive, profitable and sustainable.Help Michigan companies and Michigan agricultural products connect with international markets.Help Michigan farmers become more aware of international farming systems and global market opportunities.
Funding Source
Nat'l. Inst. of Food and Agriculture
Project source
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Project number
MICL02718
Accession number
1025541
Categories
Education and Training
Chemical Contaminants
Policy and Planning