Making scientific ideas and findings available to society is an important goal of the LOEWE Centre for Translational Biodiversity Genomics (TBG). The translational approach is reflected within the interdisciplinary scientific cooperations as well as within the continuous dialogue with different stakeholders of society. This creates the “breeding ground” for translating research results into concrete applications. The innovation potential of the genomic biodiversity research is extremely high, especially in the context of the growing importance of the bioeconomy and of genetic biodiversity resources in general. The Technology Transfer Office is constantly monitoring the processes in this creative environment. It exploits them in a situation-specific and proactive manner in order to transpose scientific know-how into commercial application.
The Technology Transfer Office provides important support for scientists, ensures know-how in working with stakeholders, examines transfer potentials in research and evaluates them systematically. In dialogue with partners from science and industry, the technology transfer office works out the best possible transfer paths, which it accompanies, evaluates and further develops. At the same time, it provides new impulses for innovative transfer approaches.
- Project costing, project management
- Intellectual property rights research
- Registration of industrial property rights (patents, trademarks, designs)
- Freedom-to-operate analyses
- Market and competition analyses
- Identification of strategic partners, liaison management
Dr. Luigi de Gaudenzi MBA
Phone: +49 (0) 69 7542 1829
Office address: Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Center
Georg-Voigt-Straße 14-16, 60325 Frankfurt am Main, Room 1.14