RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER FOR INDUSTRIAL SUSTAINABILITY

  • Mehmet KOCA Ministry of Health, General Directorate of Management Services, Ankara, Turkey.
  • Meltem Ezgi DURGUN Istanbul University, Faculty of Pharmacy, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Evren ALGIN YAPAR Ministry of Health, Turkish Medicines and Medical Devices Agency, Ankara, Turkey.

Abstract

Industrial development and continuity, which are indispensable for countries, depend on sustainability, which can be defined as Permanent Capability. In the basic steps of industrial sustainability, there are social, economic, and environmental factors. ISO 14001, 14004, 14005, and26000 regarding sustainability are important standards in this field. Research & Development and Technology Transfer are among the main factors that foster industrial development and continuity. Research & Development has three basic steps; it includes basic research, applied research, and experimental development, and its most important output is innovation. The industrial application of innovation or its transfer is possible with Technology Transfer, and this systematic process consists of five steps: providing the most suitable technology source to determine the most suitable option, selecting the optimum technology, having the necessary equipment and license, transferring knowledge and experience, and ensuring maximum benefit. Training and measurements are required to manage the process and for the internalization of the transferred technology. In this context, this review provides a basic and brief view of Research & Development, Technology Transfer, and Sustainability concepts and interactions, which are critical for the pharmaceutical industry.


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Peer Review History:


Received: 1 May 2021; Revised: 12 June; Accepted: 27 June, Available online: 15 July 2021


Academic Editor: Dr. Ali Abdullah Al-yahawiorcid22.jpg, Al-Razi university, Department of Pharmacy, Yemen, alyahawipharm@yahoo.com


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Average Peer review marks at initial stage: 6.5/10


Average Peer review marks at publication stage: 7.5/10


Reviewer(s) detail:


Dr. Govind Vyasorcid22.jpg, Compliance & Regulatory Officer Inva-Tech Pharmaceuticals LLC, New-Jersey, USA, govindvyas03@gmail.com


Dr. Mohammad Bayanorcid22.jpg,  Faculty of Pharmacy, Philadelphia University, P.O. Box: 1 Philadelphia University 19392 Jordan, mbayan01@qub.ac

Keywords: Innovation, Research Development/R&D, Sustainability, Technology Transfer/TT

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KOCA, M., M. E. DURGUN, and E. A. YAPAR. “RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER FOR INDUSTRIAL SUSTAINABILITY”. Universal Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, Vol. 6, no. 3, July 2021, doi:https://doi.org/10.22270/ujpr.v6i3.608.
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