Realizing the capability and potential of Cairo University to become a major driver of economic impact and breakthrough innovation, the university began a major effort towards this goal by creating a new office of Technology Transfer and Innovation Commercialization with the goal of building a new model that efficiently translates research into new products and industries with national and global impact.
In this context, the finalist event of the second phase in the annual Cairo University Technology Transfer (CUTT) competition has been organized on December 3, 2014, at 11a.m., Conference Center, Cairo University.
The President of Cairo University thanks Cambridge for the courage shown in its return to fairer assessment methods, which restored the world’s confidence in it.
Cairo University Celebrates Forty Fifth Anniversary of October Victory
Cairo University President Meets Vice-President of Renmin University of China to Discuss Means of Cooperation of Belt and Road Initiative with Ain Shams University President Attending
Open Dialog by Minister of Islamic Endowments and Cairo University President with Students about Deconstructing Extremist Ideologies
Cairo University Organizes International Forum for Cultural Heritage entitled Popular Literature and Interdisciplinary Studies in Participation with Researchers from 9 States