Meaning of technology transfer in English:

technology transfer

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noun

mass noun
  • The transfer of new technology from the originator to a secondary user, especially from developed to developing countries in an attempt to boost their economies.

    ‘technology transfer for nuclear power development involves many factors’
    • ‘‘They will also be able to seek out opportunities for both business development and technology transfer,’ she added.’
    • ‘And I think if the G8 is successful in getting a way forward in getting practical technology development and technology transfer then this meeting in Gleneagles will have served the world well.’
    • ‘Its purpose is to facilitate technical co-operation and technology transfer so that developing states do not have to rely on Article 5 to protect their interests but are enabled to comply with the protocol's control measures.’
    • ‘It would mean upholding international commitments to developing financing and technology transfer.’
    • ‘Under the mentorship program the process of technology transfer and skills development is expected to take place.’
    • ‘The new center would undertake business development, staff training and technology transfer for the benefit of both countries.’
    • ‘We see a higher education sector which meets the needs of the economy in terms of trained people, research and technology transfer.’
    • ‘Required cooperation, including technology transfer, can include incentives and economic opportunities for all parties.’
    • ‘We should be the world's leader in technology transfer and technical assistance to meet a host of environmental and health challenges.’
    • ‘In addition, they were asked to discuss their choices with regard to coalition warfare, technology transfer, and foreign military sales.’
    • ‘Other areas of cooperation include cooperation in research and development, technology transfer, tourism promotion, human resource development and other economy-related areas.’
    • ‘In the 1980s, the appropriate technology movement, a systematic effort to explore case studies of technology transfer from the developed to the developing world, arrived at many fascinating insights.’
    • ‘Regional and national research, technology transfer and policy development also need improvement.’
    • ‘As transportation and communications costs have declined, international economic transactions - trade, finance, technology transfer - have increased dramatically.’
    • ‘The product is available to medical device manufacturers through licensing arrangements with technology transfer and contract coating options.’
    • ‘More jobs will be created and there will be technology transfer within the framework of South-to-South co-operation.’
    • ‘Interaction between academia and industry is also undeveloped, as is the role of foreign investments in technology transfer.’
    • ‘There are also concerns that the rules hinder technology transfer from North to South, preventing poor countries from competing in an increasingly knowledge-based global economy.’
    • ‘By the early 1990s, such technology transfer was well under way, to the benefit of medicine, the economy and the universities themselves.’
    • ‘The optical systems developed also offer the potential for technology transfer and economic development.’