Year 2023 starts with seven new commercialisation projects

Business Finland granted seven Aalto commercialisation projects the Research to Business funding. The funding supports the work of university research groups in commercialising their inventions. During the funding period, which lasts about 18 months, the groups capture the research basis of their project and develop a business model with the commercialisation expert.

The total value of the funding pool awarded by Business Finland and Aalto University was more than 4 Million euros.

The projects are from various fields including team members from different disciplines. All the commercialisation projects strongly contribute to sustainability aspects.

CONGRATULATIONS to the teams Visentools, PCMI, Twinbase, CirPa, WUUD, A-Gate, 3DPiezoMEMS !!!

See the project descriptions in Ongoing Innovation Projects
https://innovation.aalto.fi/all-ongoing-innovation-projects
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