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OPUSNET Labs

Research and technology development are the core object of the OPUSNET Labs, a special Unit where business and research goals are strictly integrated in two-ways flows of innovation. The RTD Team is a network of specialists committed to produce, organize and leverage, the knowledge and expertise of high-calibre scientific, research, and policy talents. Its modus operandi involves flexible expert teams, from diverse scientific origins and compositions of skills and competencies, which are organised and committed according to specific scientific, research, industrial and policy objectives.

The Team generates, collects and transfers continuous innovation with a focus on closing circles development. Its activities concentrates on energy, socio-economics, knowledge and change management, local development in Europe and other Countries.

This agile network structure provides both the ability to conduct high-quality, independent research and the capacity to interact effectively with stakeholders and partners involved in our research activities.

OPUSNET Labs cooperate with leading research and academic institutions, research-oriented corporations and governmental organizations across Europe, Eastern Countries and Americas. The networks specialises in resource management, energy, systems engineering, socio-economics, environment, agro-food technologies, transport, water management, aquaculture and fisheries.

RTD funding is tipically project-driven and composed of research projects supported by international bodies, national and regional governments. This diversification approach is the key principle that ensures scientific and research independence.

The research and innovation outputs generated by the OPUSNET Labs is made available to business and the scientific community for prompt use and further development, with no discrimination of beneficiaries or other access burden.

 

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