Strategic Programme for Innovation and Technology Transfer (SPRINT)
Nov 1983, by E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC), on the initiative of E-XE3068 - Council of the European Union, as Plan for the Transnational Development of Infrastructure to assist Innovation and Technology Transfer -- Plan de développement transnational de l'infrastructure d'assistance à l'innovation et au transfert des technologies, within the framework of: D-XD8790 - European Association for the Transfer of Technologies, Innovation and Industrial Information (TII). Current name adopted 1986, after first 3-year phase. From 1994, open to nationals of all countries comprising: F-XF0847 - European Economic Area (EEA). Terminated 31 Dec 1994, when combined with: U-XK0103 - Valorization and Utilization for Europe (VALUE) to form: U-XK1567 - INNOVATION Programme.
Promote the dissemination of new technologies and innovations by integrating national innovation infrastructures into a European network, by promoting specific projects which are of particular demonstration value for innovative technologies, by coordinating national innovation promotion policies and, in association with this, carrying out innovation monitoring.
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