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The Academic Innovation Assistance Program (AIAP)  was developed in collaboration between The Research council (TRC) and The Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) through close consultation and joint efforts. The three years program is funded by TRC and shall be managed by a joint steering committee represented by both parties utilizing existing facilities from TRC-Innovation Hub office and SQU Innovation Affairs Department. The AIAP website aims to disseminate information to existing and potential researchers, stakeholders and the SQU community at large. By exploring through its pages, one will be enlightened with current information on AIAP activities, expertise, and services.
The Academic Innovation Assistance Program (AIAP)  was developed in collaboration between The Research council (TRC) and The Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) through close consultation and joint efforts. The three years program is funded by TRC and shall be managed by a joint steering committee represented by both parties utilizing existing facilities from TRC-Innovation Hub office and SQU Innovation Affairs Department. The AIAP website aims to disseminate information to existing and potential researchers, stakeholders and the SQU community at large. By exploring through its pages, one will be enlightened with current information on AIAP activities, expertise, and services.
The Academic Innovation Assistance Program (AIAP)  was developed in collaboration between The Research council (TRC) and The Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) through close consultation and joint efforts. The three years program is funded by TRC and shall be managed by a joint steering committee represented by both parties utilizing existing facilities from TRC-Innovation Hub office and SQU Innovation Affairs Department. The AIAP website aims to disseminate information to existing and potential researchers, stakeholders and the SQU community at large. By exploring through its pages, one will be enlightened with current information on AIAP activities, expertise, and services.
The Academic Innovation Assistance Program (AIAP)  was developed in collaboration between The Research council (TRC) and The Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) through close consultation and joint efforts. The three years program is funded by TRC and shall be managed by a joint steering committee represented by both parties utilizing existing facilities from TRC-Innovation Hub office and SQU Innovation Affairs Department. The AIAP website aims to disseminate information to existing and potential researchers, stakeholders and the SQU community at large. By exploring through its pages, one will be enlightened with current information on AIAP activities, expertise, and services.
The Academic Innovation Assistance Program (AIAP)  was developed in collaboration between The Research council (TRC) and The Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) through close consultation and joint efforts. The three years program is funded by TRC and shall be managed by a joint steering committee represented by both parties utilizing existing facilities from TRC-Innovation Hub office and SQU Innovation Affairs Department. The AIAP website aims to disseminate information to existing and potential researchers, stakeholders and the SQU community at large. By exploring through its pages, one will be enlightened with current information on AIAP activities, expertise, and services.
The Academic Innovation Assistance Program (AIAP)  was developed in collaboration between The Research council (TRC) and The Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) through close consultation and joint efforts. The three years program is funded by TRC and shall be managed by a joint steering committee represented by both parties utilizing existing facilities from TRC-Innovation Hub office and SQU Innovation Affairs Department. The AIAP website aims to disseminate information to existing and potential researchers, stakeholders and the SQU community at large. By exploring through its pages, one will be enlightened with current information on AIAP activities, expertise, and services.