A professional magazine focused on the technology transfer and inovation into practice. 

The printed version of the magazine is published twice a year 

ISSN 1339-2654- print version

E- ISSN 1339-5114- online version

EV 52/22/EPP

Online version TTb

Published: Centrum vedecko-technických informácií SR (CVTI SR)
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Editor in Chief Mgr. Martin Karlík

The Transfer technológií Bulletin (TTB) journal was published as a quarterly from 2012 to 2016. From 2020, the journal has been published twice a year with changed graphic and content formats.

The current Transfer technológií Bulletin is an interdisciplinary per-reviewed scholarly journal focused on various aspects of the transfer of technology and innovation to practical life. The journal is published twice a year, in a  free-of-charge print version of 450 copies and as an online open access journal. In addition to regular sections such as From Abroad, Of Interest, Arts and Technology Transfer, Spinoff, Significant Figures in Technology Transfer, the TTB journal provides its readers with core peer-reviewed articles on technology transfer. It also includes interviews with representatives of start-ups and academia, reports on collaboration between the scientific community and the commercial sector acting even in less-well-known industries and some interesting historical facts. The journal is intended for academics, scientists, staff in technology transfer centres, those involved in startups, entrepreneurs and also for students from a variety of disciplines. The magazine meets the conditions of periodicals such as Open Access and is applying for indexing in international databases.

The journal is the only one of its kind in the world, that is part of the prominent databases DOAJ (Directory Open Access Journals) EBSCO, ProQuest, and OpenAIRE.

The journal is published by the Slovak Centre of  Scientific and Technical Information of the Slovak Republic (CVTI SR) within the Technology Transfer Department.

CVTI SR also owns the copyright to all articles published in the magazine and also has a contract with the non-profit organization CrossRef, which provides the Digital Object Identifier_(DOI). This identifier is given in each article and is important for citation tracking and access to the published article.

In the years 2020-2023, the magazine was financed by the project National Infrastructure for the support of technology transfer in Slovakia II – NITT SK II Investing in your future | This project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund |