The Technology Transfer and Marketing Centre (TTMC), was established by the Ghana Atomic
Energy Commission (GAEC) through MESTI/COTVET Project Support Unit, within the framework and Component 2.2 of the Ghana Skills and Technology Development Project dubbed “Making GAEC responsive to the demands of the Ghanaian Private Sector”. It was also supported by IAEA in developing resource mobilisation document for sustaining nuclear research institutes.
The key objective of the project was to transfer technologies that are of commercial value to the private sector to necessitate improved efficiencies in their operational endeavors.
In view of the above, the Technology Transfer and Marketing Centre (TTMC) was launched on 23rd July, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. at the GAEC Reactor Site with a plaque unveiled by the Minister
of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation(MESTI) Honorable, Akwasi Oppong Fosu.
To be a leading Technology Transfer & Marketing Centre, facilitating commercial applications of research and transferring nuclear technology solutions for socio-economic development in Health, Agriculture, Industry and Commerce to both public and private sector
- To identify markets for various research output and facilitate the transfer of nuclear technologies and innovations from Ghana Atomic Energy Commission(GAEC) to both public and private sector.
- To develop, protect and manage the intellectual property of GAEC research output.
- To respond to industry needs for an analytical services using creativity, flexibility, production depth and technical expertise in performing simple or complex analyses with total focus on customer satisfaction and quality workmanship.
- To ensure effective communication within and outside the organization.