Innovative Infrastructure: Bridge between science and business
Evgeny Evdokimov Managing DirectorFoundation for Infrastructure and Educational Programs Innovative Infrastructure Bridge between science and business Moscow, April 2011
Nanotechnology centers at a glance Zelenograd Dubna Troitsk Kazan Ulyanovsk Yekaterinburg Sygma SygmaAverage financing of Nanotechnology Center project: Investments in equipment ― € 29 millions Investments in operational budget (3-5 years) ― € 6 millions Number of start-up created (5 years) ― 50By 2015, RUSNANO launch the start-up of 12-15 NanotechnologyCenters, creating 400 new technology start-ups. 2
Nanotechnology centers as professional bodies of innovativebusiness developmentTechnology commercialization life cycle Intellectual Market property Scientific R&D work Small-scale Mass research Prototyping production production Research Institute & University Business Incubator Technology Park Special Economic Zone Nanotechnology Center 3
Main functions of Nanotechnology Centers Commercial R&D for industrial partners Proof of Concept facilities Equipment as service – shared technological facilities for applied research Product prototyping, testing and certification Start-Up incubation and pre-seed financing IP related services Marketing and management support for innovatorsNanotechnology centers combine seed funding resources,scientific expertise and technological equipment tofacilitate technology transfer through licensing and start-upcreation 4
Business model of Nanotechnology Center Nanotechnology Center Basic / applied research Services Services Market Intellectual Technology Transfer Office property & employees Building Equipment premises cash services cash and/or equity stakes Start-ups Startups Seed investors Startups cash 5
Funding of Nanotechnology Centers RUSNANO Co-investors Infrastructure Fund Share in capital Share in capital Cash < 50% > 50% Nanotechnology Center Operating lease LLC/JSC Technology Transfer Office Equipment Commercial part Non-commercial part # Criteria Requirements1. Equity share of the Fund in the Technology Transfer Office < 50%2. Maximum share of the Fund in the operating budget of the Technology Transfer Office 75%3. Maximum share of the Fund in Real Estate 0%4. Maximum share of the Fund in Equipment 90% 6
Preliminary results of the third nanotechnology center tender Smolensk Moscow Cheboksary Saransk Stavropol■ Number of presented projects – 5■ Currently Rusnano is conducting an assessment of the projects■ The results will be announced in May 2011 8
Other Innovative Infrastructure projectsEngineering companyEngineering company performs applied research on demand of different industrialcustomers: Commercially oriented project Less “CAPEX heavy” Focused on bilateral customized solutions Applied R&D framed by technological platformTechnology Transfer Office RUSNANO and Russian Academy of ScienceThe Technology Transfer Office will help to bring scientific ideas to market throughappropriate project evaluation process combined with marketing analysis and businesssupport 9
Ways to Collaborate with NanocentersWhat we offer: Technology co-development in Nanocenters for VC portfolio projects Additional pipe-line of high-technology projects Russian market opportunities for VC portfolio companiesWhat we are looking for: Technology partners for startup and R&D projects Expertise in business incubation Seed funding for startup companies Marketing analysis for Nanocenters’ technologies International market opportunities for Rusnano portfolio companies 10
THANK YOU! Evgeny Evdokimov Managing Director JSC RUSNANO Department of Instrastructure Projects +7 495 988 5317 email@example.com www.rusnano.com` 11
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