technology analysis and research
intellectual property licensing and transfers
finding partners and negotiating
licensing agreements and sales contracts
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Charles University Innovations Prague a.s.
We implement the transfer of scientific knowledge into everyday life. We are behind the technology transfer of the Charles University and we also provide it for scientists from other institutions. As a subsidiary of the Charles University we have successfully been on the market for 4 years. We implement transfer
across all fields, flexibly and rapidly.
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Academic Spin-Off Companies: A Tool for Successful Commercialisation of Science and Research
On December 19th 2022 a joint publication of the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies and TOPAZ think-tank has been published under the title Shaping EU Presidency Priorities: National Challenges in a European Context – A Path Forward Under New Political Realities….
In situations where machine translation is not enough, Tap2U allows people from all over the world to help each other translate the written and spoken word. Each text translated by the community is also rated and corrected by other users in the app. The project was initiated by a student and teacher at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University and aims to help Czech authorities and organizations.project website
Charles University Information Technologies s.r.o. provides complete services and consulting in the area of semantic data modeling and data processing setup. According to the client’s requirements, CUIT designs, develops, integrates and secures the subsequent operation of the software systems, including the implementation of new data processes into the client’s existing systems. As part of the consultancy, CUIT also offers training on data management, modelling and data exchange topics. The services are carried out by top engineers from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at Charles University.project website
FutureBooks, s.r.o., is one of the first truly humanistic spin-off companies in the Czech Republic. It builds on the expertise of the Faculty of Education of Charles University and responds to the growing needs of modern education in the digital era. FutureBooks offers teachers and their students a wide range of possibilities for collaborative creation, publication and distribution of interactive learning materials and books.project website
The aim of GeneSpector Innovations s.r.o. is to develop new diagnostic approaches that can help in the long term, not only during a pandemic. It was founded by three entities, with CUIP being the largest shareholder. The first product with global ambitions is a biomarker that can easily predict the severity of the course of a wide range of infectious diseases.project website
Charles Games s.r.o. was established to accelerate the commercialisation activities of the independent working group Charles Games and to provide extended support to Charles University students. It has published, among others, the award-winning historical games Attentat 1942 and Svoboda 1945: Liberation built on its own Charles Engine.project website
GeneSpector provides a unique solution for rapid detection of Covid-19 and other viral diseases. Compared to competitors, it focuses on the entire diagnostic workflow, allowing implementation in all types of laboratories. The transport reagent from the research team of Prof. Stanislav Kmoch from the 1st Medical Faculty of Charles University plays a key role in the sampling kits.project website
LAM-X s.r.o. is a Czech biotechnology company developing light-activated nanomaterials for protection against bacteria, viruses and other pathogens using innovative approaches originally developed at the Faculty of Science of Charles University. The main product is a nanomembrane that generates singlet oxygen when activated by visible light.project website
Scientists from the 1st Faculty of Medicine of Charles University and the Czech Technical University, working as a team at the Albertov Research Centre, have developed a system that will allow patients to rehabilitate in their home environment without having to necessarily go to an clinic. Flexicare s.r.o. provides know-how and licenses in the field of telemedicine technologies.
VDI Technologies s.r.o.
VDI Monitor is a technology originating from the Third Faculty of Medicine of Charles University, from doc. Karol Čuril. The monitor measures and evaluates high-frequency ECG signals, thus improving the quality of medical care for patients with cardiac disorders. It is in the experimental phase with CE certification and is currently being tested, for example, at St. Anne’s University Hospital in Brno.