New status for AO Research Institute Davos

After applying to the Commission for Technology and Innovation (CTI), the AO Research Institute Davos (ARI) has been approved as a "CTI-recognized research institute".

10 February 2015

 

The AO Research Institute Davos (ARI) is now on the official list of research facilities cleared for contributions, as a potential research partner for any Swiss company applying for grants from the Commission for Technology and Innovation CTI. As part of their evaluation, two experts from the CTI's life sciences expert group visited AO Research Institute Davos's facilities in Q3, 2014 to confirm that it complies with their standards.

Small and medium-sized (SME) enterprises often require exactly the research infrastructure and resources which are available at AO Research Institute Davos, and AO Research Institute Davos will encourage industrial SME partners to work with them on research projects.

From research to market: what does the CTI do?The CTI promotes knowledge and technology transfer between research institutions, universities and companies in a unique way—paying half of the project-related research costs directly to the universities and research institutions. The other half is met by the company, the business partner.​​​​​



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