The GAMA project is provided for by the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic. It focuses on support to commercialization of results of research and development at the Charles University.
The JUK project is implemented as a part of activities for the general public by the Center of Lifelong Learning. The objective of the JUK project is to present to students of secondary schools unique features of the Charles University, its diversity and the kinds of education it offers.
The project Operational Program Prague – Growth Pole of the Czech Republic is funded from European Structural and Investment funds. The project focuses on verification of feasibility and commercial potential of research results of the Charles University.
The Excellence-in-ReSTI project is implemented as a part of the transnational Interreg Danube program with a financial support from the European Union funds EFRR and IPA. The project supports development of the educational environment.
The project is funded from European Structural and Investment Funds, the Operational Program Research, Development and Education. The project focuses on development of the University Innovation Network of the Charles University through technology scouts and knowledge transfer coordinators.
Via Carolina is a fair intended for presentation of innovations, research contracting, knowledge and technology transfer and lifelong learning. The Charles University uses an interactive form to offer to external partners results of its research, as well as its expert and technology capacities. The first year of Via Carolina took place in May 2017 and the second year has been planned for 2019.