Dianova is rooted within the culture of DTU and therefore has a unique understanding of the research and innovation environment of DTU. This is key, when you want to drive a multidisciplinary research project to commercialization. Furthermore, Dianova has strong experience in business development from research projects and as a non-profit company they are trustworthy, a quality which is imperative for creating a successful team that can make innovation happen.
Dianova A/S has made a huge difference going the route to commercialization of research results in my research group.
Taking the route of innovation in a university setting is paved with a lot of obstacles, most involving the actually going to market strategy and business planning. Here most of us has no expertise whatsoever. These obstacles stop a lot of good ideas form leaving the university setting.
Dianova A/S removes these obstacles and makes it possible for researchers to start thinking innovation in a serious manner.
This is possible first of all because Dianova A/S has excellent expertise in business planning, legal question and scientific knowledge but also because Dianova A/S is a non-profit organization placed in the university setting, which makes them very trustworthy collaborators for university researcher.
It is a great pleasure to work with Dianova. I contacted them with one idea for a solution, and in cooperation Dianova and I created a more fundamental technology. Further, Dianova allows me to be a researcher, and commercializing my abilities at the same time. Dianova does all what researchers and engineers often do not do, or do not like to do. Dianova is much more than funding.
Dianova A/S is the ideal bridge builder between technical university research to create the basis for start-up companies. I have experienced this through collaboration on building up start-up in human-machine communication systems. Over the past 1.5 years, we’ve been collaborating on technical development, business development, and market analysis, and this has resulted in a couple of relevant prototypes for applied human-machine communication for control and external communication using brain signals.
The experience with Dianova A / S management and employees in connection with the development of start-ups, market analysis and business development is excellent and characterized by professionalism.
It is recommended to develop Dianova A/S into a for role-model and “first choice” in bridging between university research and the formation of companies based on the innovative inventions of researchers and students.