Research & education centers
Technology Commercialization Center's goals:
1. Establishing a systemic approach to Tech Commercialization
- Building an effective local innovation eco-system, connected into the global business community;
- Developing LT strategic JV R&D partnerships with business enterprises seeking to solve complex technological problems;
- 2. Support small innovation companies
- Create a sustainable pipeline of new high tech start ups with effective teams & business models able to attract investors & grow the LT value of UNN’s portfolio of IP Assets;
- Develop global Commercialization Road Map strategies for each new innovation project, including IP protection strategies and partner searches.
The Supercomputing Center of the University of Nizhny Novgorod (UNN-SC) is a member of the national system of supercomputing centers, which was formed in Russian Federation in 2011-2012 in the framework of the National project “Supercomputing Education”. UNN-SC is one of the main departments of the University of Nizhny Novgorod (UNN) oriented on training and research in the field of supercomputing technologies and high-performance computing.
Innovation Technology Center
The Innovation &Technology Centre of Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod facilitates the interaction between its research units and industries.
UNN develops an infrastructure for knowledge transfer that includes a system for interaction with external companies, organizations, and research institutions. The University’s Innovation Technology Center provides a link between inventors and investors in the region of Nizhny Novgorod and in the whole of the Volga Federal District. UNN conducts research together with major Russian scientific centers of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian and foreign centers for innovations and research, and hitech companies.
The Center sets itself the task of intensifying the conversion of knowledge into economic and social benefits - innovative products (goods, services).
The main function of the Center is the development and implementation of world-class high-tech products in demand by the market.
Biodiversity and Biologically Active Substances Education Centre
The Botanical Garden was established in 1934. Prof. Sergey Stankov, a well-known scientist in our country, was the founder of the Botanical Garden. Its area of 35.2 hectares houses 3,500 species. It collaborates with 120 botanical gardens across the world.
Centre for Molecular Biology and Regional Ecology
The Centre for Molecular Biology and Regional Ecology was established on October 2, 2002. The Centre for Molecular Biology and Regional Ecology works with other IBBM centres to expand opportunities for students and researchers