This is one in a series of case studies in how the University-Technology Enterprise Network (UTEN) is helping Portuguese Technology Transfer Offices develop practices that lead to globally competitive and sustainable operations. This case study is an example of how UTEN applies Technology-Based Training (use of real cases during training) to accomplish this goal.
About U Porto
With origins dating back to the eighteenth century, the University of Porto is currently the largest education and research institution in Portugal. Close to 29,000 students, 2,300 teachers and researchers along with 1,700 administrative staff attend its 15 schools and 69 scientific research units, spread across 3 university campuses located in the city of Porto. Every year, around 2,000 international students choose this university to complete their higher education. With 69 research units, the University is responsible for over 20% of the Portuguese articles indexed each year in the ISI Web of Science.
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Author: Filipe Castro and Heath Naquin