The Amsterdam universities strongly encourage public-private research collaborations that drive innovation forward and have a positive impact on society. IXA is bridging the connection between Amsterdam academic and applied research and third parties. We call on companies, non-profits, governments, health care and educational institutions that are looking to innovate or find a different perspective to their approach to contact us. Our business developers will assist you.
Whether you are interested in sponsoring a research project, setting up a strategic alliance, or accessing laboratory facilities, we can help you engage in successful research partnerships.
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We are aware that fruitful collaborations require an environment in which open discussion and exchange of information is safeguarded by a framework that respects the interests of all parties involved. Proper arrangements have to be made regarding ownership of research results, as well as rights to exploitation and publication. IXA has extensive experience in handling all legal and financial aspects concerning research collaborations. Our goal is to establish partnerships that offer true added value to all parties involved.
VGZ stated that the IkHerstel app is the most innovative health care idea in the Netherlands in 2021. A special app that provides patients with relevant information before and after their surgery and a personal recovery plan has won the Zinnige Zorg Award 2021 (Meaningful Care Award). IkHerstel helps patients recover faster after surgery and […]News
Doorstart voor veertigplussers, na ‘corona’ Gezond ouder worden willen we allemaal. Hoe we dat doen, verschilt van persoon tot persoon. Wat voor de één werkt, werkt voor de ander niet. Voor veel mensen is het echter niet eenvoudig om te bedenken met welke leefstijl zij het beste gezond ouder worden. De Amsterdamse start-up Fitsurance ontwikkelde […]News
Implement light sources, detectors and sensing elements with a single optical chip for better results in routine cancer diagnosis and screening. Imran Avci of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam has received a grant from the Open Technology Program AES (NWO) to develop this optical chip, the COMB-O. With this approach, Avci and her team hopes that […]News