To stimulate innovation, economic activity and entrepreneurship in both education and research, IXA developed and ran a six-year program (2017-2022): the valorisation programme IXAnext: Talent for Innovation. Some of its projects and facilities have found a more permanent place in de universities entrepreneurship infrastructure, such as:
For researchers seeking to collaborate with industrial partners, the program provided the Physics2Market Grant. which helped to bridge the gap between research and its application. With the Physics on Demand service companies and non-profits were able to benefit from the latest scientific expertise and research facilities.
The BlendedLearning pilot was developed to keep HvA-alumni with their own business up to speed with the latest insights and knowledge with masterclasses and courses.
The IXAnext valorisation programme was an alliance between the Amsterdam universities and knowledge institutes: HvA, UvA, VU, AHK, Amsterdam UMC-VUmc and Amsterdam UMC-AMC and the NWO institutes AMOLF and NIKHEF. The program offered facilities and funding, infrastructure, a network, educational measures and much more.
The IXAnext valorisation programme was made possible with a contribution of the City of Amsterdam.
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