When evaluating projects, we will consider aspects such as the project’s market potential as well as its potential financial and social impact. Specifically, we will rate:
The Quality of the Science and the Asset and the Market potentia
(up to 49 points out of 100)
- level of innovation,
- intellectual property protection,
- level of development,
- identification of the necessity or problem to be solved,
- the value proposition,
- identification of the potential users, clients or market,
The Valorisation Project
(up to 15 points out of 100)
- correct identification, structure and focus of actions to be carried out in the valorisation proposal, cost dimensioning and scheduling,
- definition of objectives.
The Transfer and Implementation capacity
(up to 24 points out of 100)
- profile of the Project Leader and level of technology knowledge,
- motivation and commitment of the Project Leader,
- existence of a support team and complementarity of the members.
The Social and responsible innovation potential
(up to 12 points out of 100)
- benefits created in society and direct social application of the Assets and level of contribution to improving the quality of life of citizens, social progress and human development,
- research and innovation detected and driven based on society's needs. Mechanisms of participation and involvement of the different social stakeholders involved in the Project,
- assessment of the ethical, social, legal and environmental implications.
See the Guide for Evaluators and the Code of Conduct for Collaborators.