Technology Transfer Center of Zhejiang University


The Technology Transfer Center of Zhejiang University (Simplified Chinese: 浙江大学技术转移中心), currently is the largest university technology transfer center in the People's Republic of China.[1] It's the main technology transfer department of the Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province.


The center was founded as the Technology Trading Center of Zhejiang University (浙江大学技术交易中心) in 1996. In 2006, it was reformed and adopted into the current name.[citation needed]

The center maintains close relationships with more than six thousand domestic companies within P.R.China, and has cooperations with more than two hundred foreign companies.[citation needed]


According to authorities, during 2006-2008, it has offered more than 5800 technological transfers and services, and created an economic value of 35 billion Chinese Yuan.[citation needed]

According to the rankings by the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China Science & Technology Development Center in 2006, the Zhejiang University Technology Transfer Center was ranked as the first one, before Tianjin University, Huazhong University of Science and Technology and Tsinghua University.[2]

According to a recent similar report (2007), the center was ranked also first, based on its largest annual turnover of 674.23 million. And it was followed by Chongqing University, Shandong University and Tsinghua University.[3]

Currently, there are 76 university technology transfer centers in mainland China.[citation needed]

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ 2007, 北京技术市场管理办公室《2007年北京高校技术转移统计报告》
  2. ^ 根据教育部科技发展中心发布的2006年高等院校输出技术成交金额排名,浙江大学位居第一,天津大学、华中科技大学、清华大学列2至4名
  3. ^ 根据《2007年北京高校技术转移统计报告》,浙江大学以6.7423亿元的成交额,再次排名全国高校第一,重庆大学、山东大学分列第二、第三名。名列北京高校第一位的清华大学,以3.9872亿元的成交额,排名全国第四位。

External linksEdit

  • 浙大技术转移中心被列入首批国家技术转移示范机构[permanent dead link] (Chinese)