Effective Technology Transfer in Biotechnology (ETTBio)

Priority: Innovation and the knowledge economy
Project duration: January 2012 – December 2014
Budget: 2 206 047,84 EUR (including the budget for Tartu City Government 190 760 EUR)
Lead partner: Dresden University of Technology
Project partners:
1. Dresden City Government
2. Imperial College Business School
3. Regional Development Agency Ostrava
4. Free University Brussels
5. Biocat
6. Centre for Genomic Regulation
7. Warsaw City Government
8. International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology
9. Tartu City Government



23.04.2012 Seven European regions launch ETTBio project to identify best practices for technology transfer in biotechnology
25.04.2012 Representatives of the Estonian biotechnology sector are participating at the ETTBio launch conference
19.10.2012 A Delegation from the City of Tartu Visited Belgium to Learn about the Flemish Best Practices in Technology Transfer
18.12.2012 Imperial College Business School reveals biotechnology enterprise secrets
22.02.2013 ETTBio newsletter February 2013
20.03.2013 ETTBio Press Release about Barcelona meeting
24.06.2013 ETTBio newsletter June 2013
20.09.2013 ETTBio Project Meeting in Warsaw
19.12.2013 ETTBio newsletter December 2013
27.05.2014 ETTBio newsletter May 2014
05.12.2014 ETTBio newsletter December 2014



ETTBio regional analysis report: Estonia


Seminars and conferences:

05.03.2014 Improving the financing of technology transfer
27.11.2014 Smart specialization – health technologies. How to support technology transfer successfully? Past experiences and recommendations for the future.



Siim Espenberg
tel +372 736 1193
e-mail Siim.Espenberg@raad.tartu.ee