Technology Transfer Office
The mission of the Teagasc Technology Transfer Office (TTO) is to support, facilitate and enhance the transfer of research outputs including intellectual property, capabilities and related information between Teagasc and the business community and other stakeholders, in order to promote the exploitation of our research and develop benefits of economic and social importance.
We are the focal point at which industry and other potential partners can engage with Teagasc research, and we provide guidance, support and assistance in facilitating all kinds of interactions with industry and academic collaborators. There are many the different ways in which you can engage with us, from services and contract research to collaborations and commercialisation of intellectual property.
Specific capabilities, know-how and specialised infrastructure are critical in professional and quality engagement with industry and other partners. We also have expertise/capabilities and services available for industry to access through various means as well as available technologies developed by Teagasc and partners, whereby industrial partners are being actively sought for commercialisation.
For general queries on engagement for technology transfer purposes please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You are also welcome to learn of our research and innovation programme and browse our portfolio of Technology Updates which summarise transferable outputs from completed research projects.
We look forward to the opportunity to work with you!
Declan J. Troy,
Assistant Director of Research and
Director of Technology Transfer
Knowledge Transfer Ireland (KTI)
Teagasc is part of a Technology Transfer Consortium funded by Knowledge Transfer Ireland. Knowledge Transfer Ireland is 'the new national office that helps business to benefit from access to Irish expertise and technology by making it simple to connect and engage with the research base in Ireland.'
For more information on Knowledge Transfer Ireland and what they do please visit www.knowledgetransferireland.com.