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The establishment of TRC is, without doubt, a significant step in the scientific, economic and social development of Oman. Research is essential to nation building – it underpins progress, economic growth and prosperity; it helps us better equip and train our workforce and encourages creativity and innovation; it leads to greater entrepreneurship and helps industry grow. In short, research makes our nation more competitive in the global economy.
To create a culture of research, innovation, science creativity and excellence that is responsive to both domestic needs and international trends resulting in the creation of value that serves business, markets and the wider needs of society
Establish Oman as a regional hub for innovation and a leader in new ideas, products and services.Build the largest research capacity in the region.Foster excellence in selected fields of national importance.Build a research system that responds swiftly to domestic social and economic needs.
Build research capacity.Achieve research excellence.Develop research networks and knowledge transfer.Create research-encouraging environment
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TRC signs IATI’s Pilot Projects Contracts with Helmholtz
The Research Council (TRC) signed yesterday (on Tuesday) the pilot projects contracts of the Institute of the Advanced Technology Integration (IATI) with the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres at the main building of TRC in Athaiba.

Training workshop on Technology and Innovation Support Center
The Research Council (TRC) in cooperation with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) organized a three-day training workshop on Innovation Support through Access to Technological Knowledge presented by experts of the Technology and Innovation Support Center (TISC) at City Seasons Hotel from May 5 –7.
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Supervisory National Committee holds its 1st Workshop on NIS
The supervisory national committee of the National Innovation Strategy (NIS) held its first workshop on Monday (May 4, 2015) at Radisson Blu Hotel in Al-Khuwair for discussing four axes of the NIS.

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