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How universities contribute to innovation
NTNU has been commissioned by the Ministry of Education and Research to investigate how universities contribute to innovation in business and the public sector. The report "How Universities Contribute to Innovation: A Literature Review-based Analysis" identifies key contributions in the scientific literature and provides insights on political implications.
One of Europe’s most innovative universities
NTNU is #56 at Reuters’ top 100 list of most innovative universities in Europe. Criteria for the list are total patents filed, success rate and commercial impact.
NTNU appointed 15 innovation managers to help transform more research into benefits in practice:
NTNU Strategic Programme for Knowledge-Based Innovation (SKI)
Top marks for NTNU in partnership with a single industry collaborator: SINTEF.
DAMVAD Analytics report Economic impact of research collaborations with NTNU (pdf): Companies that have collaborated with NTNU have experienced an additional revenue growth, created more jobs and have invested more than other comparable companies.