man-with-puzzle-on-white-background-isolated-3d5Contract research

Contract research and development projects helps customers to solve specific technological problems. Each customer defines the research contract scope individually. New Age Technologies works together with other Technology houses to solve and work out and implement solutions for client`s specific needs. The results – including possible trademark and patent rights – usually belong partially or exclusively to the customer, depending on the scope of cooperation. With contract research, New Age Technologies accelerates transfer of scientific knowhow to practical applications and contributes to a broad utilization of new findings in new technologies.

Cooperative projects

In cooperative research projects New Age Technologies searches with its project partners for solutions to specific technological problems. Cooperative research projects make it possible to share new ideas and check their practical feasibility relatively quickly and easily. The same interests allow partners in cooperative research projects to develop their own ideas using the knowhow of other partners and in this way be able to assess the potential of a new idea more quickly. All partners define the scope of a cooperative research project jointly. The results – including possible trademark and patent rights –belong to the partner producing them. It is common practice to allow the respective project partners to utilize the results and possible trademark and patent rights.

Grant funded research

To ensure long-term competitiveness and develop new technologies our company cooperates in selected areas with specific partners in grant-funded projects. As a rule, funding is in the form of government and EU grants. Examples are funding programs of the Federal Ministry of Infrastructure, European Union Funds, and Innovation Foundation International Research Foundation. The basis for applications and working in grant-funded projects is always a project proposal that goes far beyond the state-of-the-art and participating partners with the necessary scientific excellence. The results – including possible trademark and patent rights –belong to the partner producing them. It is common practice to allow project partners to utilize the results and possible trademark and patent rights.