The Center has a Technology Transfer Coordination Office, given that the research results has the potential to generate knowledge and technologies capable of contributing to socioeconomic development. It is up to this front to plan, organize, manage, and control the entire process involving Technology Transfer and innovation, including intellectual protection and partnership models between the organizations that compose the Center, both internally and externally.
Specifically, along with the Center's projects the activities in this area are based on a model consisting of four stages:
- Technology Assessment;
In the Coordination, Antonio Mauro Saraiva and in the Vice-Coordination, Leonardo Garnica (Natura).