Presentation on theme: "MINISTRY OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION"— Presentation transcript:
1MINISTRY OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION Championing Scientific Discovery,Transforming InnovationMOSTI IN THETENTH MALAYSIA PLANEn. Suhaimi HamzahBahagian Dana MOSTIMINISTRY OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION
4Innovation Model for Wealth Creation and Societal Well Being 3-5 yearsAcquisitionIncome Growth and JobsMARKET DRIVEN INNOVATIONMarket IdentifiedTechnologyMalaysia’s Strategic Positioning andMarketNicheValue added products and servicesRisk CapitalMarket(to be Identified)TECHNOLOGY DRIVEN INNOVATIONScience (Basic Research)TechnologyScience GrantsTechnology GrantsRisk Capital10-15 years3-5 years
5a national vision of creating a developed nation in our own mould “The challenge of establishing a scientific and progressive society, a society that is innovative and forward looking, one that is not only a consumer of technology but also a contributor to the scientific and technological civilization”
6MOSTI R,D&CMinistry of Science, Technology and Innovation
8MOSTI : R,D&C FUNDING CONTINUUM PRE-COMMERCIALISATION TechnoFundScienceFundPre-R&DProcessValueAnalysisConcept/IdeaBasic RAppliedRPrototypeDevelopmentRESEARCHCOMMERCIALISATIONPRE-R&DPRE-COMMERCIALISATIONIncubator/EarlyGrowthMaturedLevelRealisationPriority setting, Technology scanningBGF/BSFPilotPlant /Commercial ReadyInnoFundCRDF/TAF/VCPre-R&D Process – Includes foresight study, forecast and technology road mapping.Value Analysis – Feasibility, Viability, Market, Financial Studies for proposed R&D project.Concept Idea – List down requirement, objectives, scope, methodology of the proposed project. Overview, expected output.Basic R&D – Fundamental research, generate new knowledge, enhance fundamentals in science, theoreticalApplied R&D – Lab prototype, apply basic science discovery for potential product/process applicationCommercially Ready Prototype – prototype ready for pilot scale production. The process include upgrading from lab, engineering to commercial ready prototype.Incubation – Process of mentoring, nurturing, enterpreneurship, preparation of business plan, marketing skills, financial skills.Pilot production – Infant stage. In small quantity to test the quality, standard and acceptance of product.Early Growth Production – Setting up of manufacturing plant. Commencement of commercial scale production.Mature Production – Full scale production.Value Realisation – Make profits, create jobs, mass consumption, social benefits.ScienceFund - To fund basic and applied research in ICT, Biotechnology, Advanced Manufacturing and Advanced Materials which will lead to the discovery of new knowledge that yield publication and intellectual propertyTechnoFund - To fund research and development of commercial ready prototype and/or early stage commercialisation in ICT, Biotechnology, Advanced Manufacturing, and Advanced MaterialsTechnoFund and CRDF will fund up to early stage commercialisation. Those IRPA projects which were funded earlier can go to apply for the CRDF.Biotechnology R&D Initiatives(9th MP)MSC Pre-seed Fund(9th MP)DAGS Roll-Out (9th MP)E-Content FundBIOTECH COMMERCIALISATION FUNDCradleFundStrategic Funding For ICTMGS Grant Scheme
9FUNDING FOR R,D&C IN 10th MP KPKK (CREATIVE INDUSTRY FUND) IDEATIONRESEARCHPRE -COMCOMMERCIALISATIONKKLWMOHE (FRGS, RU, APEX)MITI (SME Corp)MOF (BGF)CRADLEMOF (BSF)KPKK (CREATIVE INDUSTRY FUND)MAVCAP, MDVKPPK (CESS FUND)This slide gives an overview of the current funding landscape; starting from ideation to R&D, Pre-Com and finally to Commercialisation. We are discussing this morning on the streamlining of the Pre-Com and Commercialisation fundings.The management, disbursement and monitoring of funds reside in different ministries and agencies; making it difficult to track and monitor the overall performance of these fragmented funding schemes.This of course means that there is a possibility of fund disbursement to similar projects and possibly to the same applicant.Then there are also a number of fund applicants/entrepreneurs being confused as to which funds they should apply for.On a positive note, although the funding landscape is less than ideal, the ministries and related agencies managed to put in place well structured guidelines and SOPs for evaluation, disbursement and monitoring of these funds.However there is still room for improvement.MINDEF (STRIDE)KeTTHA (Green Tech)MOA (AGRO BANK)SCIENCEFUNDMTDC, Biotech Corp, etcTechno/InnoFund etcMGS
12DEFINITION OF SCIENCEFUND Grant provided by Government to carry out R&D projects that can contribute to the discovery of new ideas and the advancement of knowledge in *applied sciences, focusing on *high impact and innovative research.
13OBJECTIVES OF SCIENCEFUND to support research that *can lead to the innovation of products or processes for further development and commercialisation; and/or;ii. to generate *new scientific knowledge and strengthen national research capacity and capability.
14The project duration is up to 30 months. SCOPE OF FUNDINGScienceFund covers preliminary research leading to laboratory proof of concept or towards the development of new products or processes. The quantum of fund approved will be determined based on the merit of each application.QUANTUM OF FUNDINGThe quantum for each project is up to RM500,PROJECT DURATIONThe project duration is up to 30 months.
15SELECTION CRITERIA OF THE PROJECT i) Scientific and technical merit: The project must be scientifically sound, technically feasible with achievable milestones, and has the potential for further development and commercialisation. ii) Research competence: The research team must have the knowledge and competency to carry out the research successfully to completion. iii) Innovativeness of the research. iv) High impact research: Clear and measureable expected output, outcome and impact in line with National Key Economic Areas / National Key Result Areas (NKEA/NKRA).
17What is InnoFundInnoFund is a fund to promote and enhance innovation through products, processes and systems by which value can be created for customers, businesses and society
18Types Enterprise Innovation Fund (EIF) Individual Sole Proprietor Micro EnterprisesSmall Enterprises- To encourage Individuals, Micro and Small Enterprises to develop new or improve existing products, process or services with elements of innovation
19Types Community Groups Community Innovation Fund (CIF) - To encourage Community Group to convert knowledge/ idea into innovative products/ process / services that improve the quality of life of communities
21Eligibility CriteriaMalaysian individual, sole proprietor, micro or small enterpriseTechnological innovation leading to commercialisable applications, products or servicesTechnological innovation can be derived from:Re-combination / fusion / integrationReplication / refinementApplicant must show proof that they can fund their share of eligible project costProject must be undertaken in Malaysia
22Scope of Funding Consumables / materials; Equipment (not more than 40% of total grant approved);Expenditure for services (consultancy and testing);Product documentation;Regulatory and standard compliance; andMarket testing (including samples, fees and documentation for participation in trade fairs and exhibitions).Scope of Funding
23Quantum of Funding and Duration Sole Proprietor/ IndividualMicro EnterpriseSmall EnterpriseUp to RM50,000Up to RM500,000Up to 12 monthsQuantum of Funding and DurationNote:Micro: Annual sales turnover of less than RM 0.25 million or less than 5 FTESmall: Annual sales turnover of RM million or less than 50 FTE
25Eligibility CriteriaRegistered/Government recognised Malaysian community groupProject must contain innovative elements leading to the development of products / services / processes that improve societal well-being.Applicant must show proof that they can fund their share of project cost not covered by InnoFundProject must be undertaken in Malaysia
26CIF projects do not have to adhere to the specific clusters CIF projects do not have to adhere to the specific clusters. The emphasis is innovation that improves social well-being of communitiesTechnology Clusters
27Scope of Funding Consumables / materials; Equipment (not more than 40% of total grant approved);Expenditure for services (consultancy and testing);Project documentation;Demonstration application (including samples, fees and documentation for participation in exhibitions).
28Quantum of FundingUp to RM500,000Duration12 to 18 months
30DEFINITIONTechnoFund is a grant scheme which aims to stimulate the growth and successful innovation of Malaysian enterprises by increasing the level of R&D and its commercialisation. The scheme provides funding for technology development, up to pre-commercialisation stage, with the commercial potential to create new businesses and generate economic wealth for the nation.
31WHO CAN APPLYi. Small and Medium Enterprises; ii. Institutions of Higher Learning; iii. Research Institutes; and iv. Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) Agencies.
32OBJECTIVESdevelopment of new or cutting edge technologies or further develop/value add existing technologies/products in specific areas;ii. undertake market driven R&D towards commercialisation of R&D outputs;iii. encourage institutions, local companies and inventors tocapitalise their intellectual work through intellectual property(IP) registration; andiv. stimulate the growth and increase capability and capacity of Malaysian technology-based enterprises, Malaysian Government Research Institutes (GRI) and Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL) through both local and international collaborations.
33SCOPE OF FUNDING QUANTUM OF FUNDING PROJECT DURATION The Pre Commercialisation (TechnoFund) will cover: i. the acquisition of technology (foreign and/ or local). ii. the up-scaling of laboratory-scale prototype or the development of commercial ready prototype; and iii. pre-clinical testing/clinical testing/field trials.QUANTUM OF FUNDINGThe quantum for each project is up to RM3,000,PROJECT DURATIONThe project duration is up to 30 months.
34SELECTION CRITERIA OF THE PROJECT i. Novelty Uniqueness and novelty aspect of the technology/product. Applicant must conduct a Prior Art Search to verify on the patentability aspect. ii. Technical Feasibility Applicant’s ability to successfully complete the project within the stipulated time. iii. Laboratory Proof of Concept (POC) Evaluation of the Proof of Concept - viability, technical issues, overall direction, and budgeting.
35iv. Competency of the Project Team • Project teams - qualified and competent members (technical and commercialisation aspects).• Roles and responsibilities of collaborators involved clearly defined.• Core business of applicant must be related to area of research.• Project leader must be technically fluent & competent in the related project.• Involvement of consultants should be justified and details submitted.• Each member of the team should provide CV clearly stating theirprevious research as well as highlighting significant successes.v. Credibility of Project ProposalThe project proposal must be clear, accurate and consistent with the objectives of the Pre Commercialisation Fund (TechnoFund) and have milestones and project activities that can be completed within the agreed time frame.
36vii. Appropriateness of Methodology Should provide sufficient information (clear sequence of stages & phases of the proposed methodology) to achieve the project objectives.vii. DeliverablesShould be able to indicate clearly the type of output expected, market size, potential for commercialisation, and/ or new IPsviii. Financial CapabilityShould show proof of financial capability to finance any portion of project cost not funded by TechnoFund.
37ix. Projection of the Project Costs Detailed projection of the project costs must be provided. As for purchase of equipment and acquisition of services, all the relevant documents must be included in the project proposals for evaluation.x. RiskThe applicant must state the possible risks (technology risk, financial risk and time risk) that may affect the implementation or completion of the project.
38xi. Applicant and collaborator(s) must provide the following documents, where appropriate:a. The applicant if a Company and/or collaborator(s) must provide the latest Forms 9, 24 and 49 (Companies Act 1965) together with thelatest Annual Report; andb. Latest Memorandum and Article of Association (MoA).All documents should be certified by the Companies Commission ofMalaysia. Foreign collaborators should provide equivalent documents.xii. OthersThe applicant and collaborator(s) must fulfil other conditionsstipulated under the guidelines and policies of the PreCommercialisation Fund (TechnoFund).
39LAST DATE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION Beginning December 2011, evaluation will be done in cycles:CYCLELAST DATE TO SUBMIT APPLICATIONEVALUATIONRESULTCLIENT CHARTER1/201131 Dec 20111 Jan– 29 Feb 20121 Mac 201237 working days1/201229 Feb 20121 Mac – 10 May 201211 May 201250 working days2/201231 May 20121 June – 9 Aug 201210 Aug 20123/201231 Aug 20121 Sept – 14 Nov 201216 Nov 20124/201231 Dec 20122 Jan – 18 Mac 201319 Mac 2013
40PROCESSING Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation Fund Section, MOSTI
41R&D&C EVALUATION PROCESS 50 Working Days Yes Administrative VettingEvaluationApprovalNotificationFund SectionEvaluation CommitteeFund Approval Committee14 Days30 Days3 DaysReceipt of applicationTechnical Committee MeetingVerificationYesStrategic Committee MeetingFund Approval Committee MeetingRejectCirculation to Fund Approval Committee MembersNotification to applicantCompilation of Evaluation ReportsClassification according to field of research & identifying panel of expertsApproveSite Visit/ Additional InformationNoAdministrative VettingReceipt of Application(2 days)(3 days)(2 days)(3 days)(9 days)(10 days)(2 days)(5 days)(1 hari)No(2 days)50 Working Days(6 days)R&D&C(5 days)
45GENG: THE ADVENTURE BEGINS” ICTGENG: THE ADVENTURE BEGINS”45
46Number of Projects completed BiotechnologyNumber of Projects completedOutputsOutcomesMeasureBiopharmacy/Medical(20 completed projects)Molecular techniques in cancerNew constituents of palm oil for cosmeceuticalsProfiling Standard for Essential oil from gaharuImprove oral and breast cancer treatmentValue addedness to palm oil application in pharmaceutical industryIncrease quality of essential oil for high market valuePatents Filed: 2Publications: 27Commersialisation:Industrial collaboration with Caroted Bhd (a subsidiary of Hovid)Discussion with Vivantis Technologies & Geneflux Sdn BhdIndustrial/Environment(17 completed projects)Bioprotein from agricultural waste and cheap carbon sourceNew Methods for waste water treatmentEnable new market for agricultural wasteEfficient management of waste waterPatents: 8Publications: 31AgriculturalBiotechnology(10 completed projects)Methods for culturing algae strain as a feed for fish larvaeIncrease productivity of fish industryPublications: 3
47Industry Key Indicator Achievements Completed Projects 147 Machine developed used for profiling groove for piping in petrochemical industryPilot Plant for production of water-soluble polymer for industrial waste treatmentDevelopment of bio-fuel engine for ferry/boatDevelopment of mobile incineratorKey IndicatorAchievementsCompleted Projects147Potential for Commercialization3Patents filed60RSE Created476Knowledge Worker Generated135Employment Created107Innovation Output34Licensing/Spin-off CompanyDevelopment of wifi antenna for transmitting information up to 3 kmAutomation for making “keria”
48Integrated Geospatial Database and Planning System (IGDP System) S2SCTI Head of States SummitTsunami early warningsystemRAZAKSAT®Integrated Geospatial Database and Planning System (IGDP System)ANGKASAWAN Programme
49InnoYOUTH (Innovative Youth) Empowering Kajang Prison Inmates (Youths) in Digital Micro- Enterprises is a social project to empower 250 inmates of Kajang Prison in multimedia and desktop publishing skill as to enable them to become microentrepreneurs once they are released. The project aims to give guidance, hope, skills and confidence for the inmates to start afresh a new lease of life - using ICT skills to earn a living. InnoYouth project will provide hope and instil sense of self-respect for the inmates and help to reduce 're-offending' cases. 250 inmates are being selected for this project comprising mainly youths aged between years old. ICT will be used as a creative tool to prepare, train and enhance the target group's ability to offer niche services in multimedia and desktop publishing.Project Location : Kajang Prison, SelangorS&T Core
50PROGRAM APLIKASI TEKNOLOGI MOSTI BERSAMA KOMUNITI CSRPROGRAM APLIKASI TEKNOLOGI MOSTI BERSAMA KOMUNITI
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