Organized by the Ministry of Economy and Corfo, the activity had as main objective linking the science and national innovation ecosystem to the productive sector. The event featured a wide sample of more than 64 exhibitors in 40 stands of universities, centers of excellence, transfer and licensing offices, government institutions and technology-based enterprises, who presented their research, innovations and technological prototypes.
The fair included seminars and talks of international experts as Bram Smith, general manager of KiwiNet, the network of innovation and technology transfer in New Zealand, and Daniel A. Gottschald, director of Chemie-Cluster Bayern, among other well-known academics and experts.
«The Clover 2030» took part in the fair presenting the project, its pillars and progress to the visitors. Professor Mar Pérez-Sanagustín, took the oportunity to launch «Engineering UC Online», a platform of online courses to support the development of basic skills in engineering disciplines.
Professor Miguel Torres also participated in the activity, explaining the progress in teaching robotics and electrical engineering to our students, emphasizing on strengthening the transfer of knowledge and technological development to society.
Also, a group of engineering students competing with «Rollstoel» to win the Brain UC contest, presented their prototype.