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The Microsoft Corporation, commonly known as Microsoft, is one of the most important companies in the computer world, and also one of the biggest companies with a stock market capitalization of more than 220 billion dollars. It is based in Redmond, Washington (United States). It’s the most popular operating system in the world: “Windows” but also its principal office automation products.
The University of Pisa is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Europe, consider research as its main strategic activities and achievements in this field have made and continue to give prestige to the University, both nationally and internationally.
The Technology Centre, which has 01 member Informatics Ltd, was established with the aim of creating the conditions for growth and market competitiveness of small and medium-sized businesses through the innovative integration of the needs of themselves and the provision of technological knowledge from centers of excellence and research system. The settlement, in one location suitable and dedicated, with dozens and dozens of high-tech companies can also achieve increasing economies of scale for the management of services, both in structure than those with added value and helps collaboration and cooperation between enterprises and between Polo and the business community.
Technological development and scientific research of the local system to allow companies to enter the area in the network of national and European research, focusing on a single site companies offering expertise and high quality services to the service industry, thus creating a laboratory for new technologies and processes to support cooperation between enterprises, research centers and universities.
Besides the two traditional missions of the advancement of science and culture and higher education, a third is also assuming increasing importance in Italian universities: the exploitation of the potential development of new ideas with content and applications, therefore, innovation-based on research, that is what is traditionally referred to as “technology transfer”.
The University of Florence has established in recent years a number of tools to facilitate links between its research facilities and external parties finalized a research-based innovation: the construction of the Incubator Scientific Pole of Sesto Fiorentino, the regulation of patents and participation in spin-off, the establishment of joint workshops between the University and external institutions, and the carrying out of research commissioned by third parties.