Universities Focus on Economic Benefits

Posted on May 15, 2006  Comments (2)

In the USA, Georgia Tech Focuses on Competitive Challenges

A leader in science and engineering education and with a research program totaling more than $400 million per year, Georgia Tech is a major developer of science and technology innovations. Building on these new technologies and collaborating with like-minded organizations, the Enterprise Innovation Institute will work with the private sector to apply innovations to real marketplace needs

and in India, Innovation through industry-academia tie-up

The Samtel Display Technology Research Centre at IIT Kanpur, the Micro-electronics Research Centre funded by Semiconductor and EDA companies at IIT Kharagpur, the Automotive Research Centre at IIT Madras, IBM”™s Research Lab at IIT Delhi and the HP Lab at IIIT-Bangalore are examples of academia-industry partnerships.

2 Responses to “Universities Focus on Economic Benefits”

  1. Curious Cat Science and Engineering Blog » Blog Archive » Google Jobs in Michigan
    July 13th, 2006 @ 1:28 pm

    […] Google brings in new jobs and hope to Ann Arbor, Michigan. Google will open a new research and support center in the University of Michigan home town. It is not a coincidence that Larry Page, of Google’s co-founders graduated from Michigan’s Engineering school. Google would not locate this facility in Ann Arbor only for that reason but his familiarity with the area and a desire to take advantage of the University of Michigan played a role, I believe. This is one more example, for how good schools aid economic development. […]

  2. Curious Cat Science and Engineering Blog » The Future is Engineering
    August 28th, 2006 @ 1:10 pm

    […] Universities Focus on Economic Benefits by curiouscat   Tags: Engineering, Economics, Higher Education, Students, quote, Popular   Permalink to: The Future is Engineering […]

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