KIST Holds Exchange Meeting for Promising Technologies for Commercialization (November 2, 2022)
- Date : 2022-11-02
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KIST Holds Exchange Meeting for Promising Technologies for Commercialization
The Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST; President: Seok-Jin Yoon) held a meeting on the topic of promising technologies for exchanges and commercialization with the Commercializations Promotion Agency for R&D Outcomes, Korea Technology Finance Corporation, and Korea Industrial Technology Association at the Samsung COEX Conference Room on November 2, 2022.
The event was held in the form of a business planning seminar for open innovation with industries and a seminar to introduce promising technologies for commercialization in the fields of bio-health and carbon neutrality. The business planning seminar introduced KIST's industrial and research cooperation programs, as well as conditional R&D projects and technology financing (investments and loans) support programs organized with the Commercializations Promotion Agency for R&D Outcomes, Korea Technology Finance Corporation, and Korea Industrial Technology Association.
At the seminar on promising technologies, corporate public presentations and technology transfer consultations were held on 11 promising technologies owned by KIST in the fields of bio-health and carbon neutrality. In the bio-health field, the technologies introduced included:
△ PD-L1-targeting cancer treatment;
△ colorectal cancer prognosis diagnosis technology;
△ wound treatment;
△ natural hair loss treatment;
△ eco-friendly sunscreen; and
△ photo-responsive dental disease treatment.
In addition, carbon neutral technologies were also introduced, such as:
△ carbon dioxide capture and electrochemical direct conversion;
△ liquid organic hydrogen carrier dehydrogenation catalyst manufacturing technology;
△ metal single atomic catalyst technology;
△ harmful volatile organic compound field detection technology; and
△ CO2 synthetic gas production (dry reforming) catalyst technology.
Seok-Jin Yoon, President of KIST, stated, "Through this event, which introduces promising technologies for commercialization to companies, we are able to secure new growth engines. In its role as a government-funded research institute, KIST will spare no support to contribute to the development of the national economy."