Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Chinese Version)


research institutes; Northeast China; transformation of scientific and technological achievements; Chinese Academy of Sciences

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At present, the revitalization of Northeast China needs to shift from factor-driven to innovation-driven, yet a large number of scientific and technological achievements have not been transformed locally. Taking the Chinese Academy of Sciences as an example, this paper analyzes the factors affecting the transformation of scientific and technological achievements in Northeast China on the basis of summarizing the transformation system and effectiveness. It is found that although factors such as lack of innovation resources, weak intermediaries, and weak knowledge absorptive capacity of enterprises have affected the transformation of scientific and technological achievements in the short term, the long wave of global economic development has also created new space. Based on the above analysis, this paper puts forward relevant suggestions.

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Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences


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