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Title: RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (R


1
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (RD) GRANT SCHEMES
  • Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) Division
  • Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation
    (MOSTI)
  • Presenter Mohd Zahit Ali

2
CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION 2. RESEARCH
STRATEGIES 3. TYPES OF GRANT SCHEME 4. CONCLUDING
REMARKS 5. Q A
3
  • STRATEGIES
  • Focus areas
  • Enhance the quality of research
  • Provides funding throughout RD value chain
  • Enhance management of the funding schemes and
    monitoring of projects
  • Strengthen institutional framework

4
THE SECOND NATIONAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY
(STP2) AND PLAN OF ACTION (2001 - 2010)
5
Seven Strategic Thrust Areas
  • Strengthen research and technological capacity
    and capability
  •  
  • Promote commercialisation of research outputs
  • 3. Develop human resource capacity and
    capability
  • Promote a culture for Science, Innovation and
  • Techno-entrepreneurship

6
  •  
  • Strengthen institutional framework and management
    for ST and monitoring of ST policy
    implementation
  • Ensure widespread diffusion and application of
    technology, leading to enhanced market driven RD
    to adapt and improve technologies and
  • 7. Build competence for specialisation in key
    emerging technologies.

7
GOVERNMENT RD FUND, VALUE CHAIN (8 MP)
RD
COMMERCIALISATION
Applied RD
Pilot Production
Early Growth Production
Mature Production
Basic RD
Labs/ Engineering Prototype
Concept/ Idea
Market Needs
  • MOSTI/ MTDC
  • CRDF
  • TAF
  • TAF-W

MHL ( Research Allocations for IPTA )
  • MOSTI
  • IRPA (EAR,PR,SR)
  • IGS
  • MGS
  • DAGS
  • NOD
  • BIOTECH
  • SAGA

MOF- MAVCAP Cradle
MOF (Venture Capitalists, MAVCAP, Banks,
Industries, other financiers.)
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT UNIT
GAP
8
THE NEW LINEAR RDC VALUE CHAIN (9 MP)
RD
COMMERCIALISATION
PRE-RD
PRE-COM
Incubation/ Early Growth
Value Realisation
Prototype Development
Mature Stage
Pre-RD Process
Value Analysis
Concept/ Idea
Basic R
Applied R
Pilot Plant / CR Prototype
ScienceFund
Priority Setting, Technology Scanning
TechnoFund
CRDF,TAF/ TAF-W
InnoFund
VCs, MAVCAP,MOF, Industries
9
MP-5 (1988-1990) MP-6 (1991-1995) MP-7 (1996-2000) MP-8 (2001-2005) MP-9 (2006-2010)
4 sectors Agriculture Health Industry Strategic Grant Management Treasury 5 sectors Agriculture Health Industry Strategic Social Science Grant Management Treasury 9 sectors Agro-industry Energy Health Environment Social Science IT Services Mineral Geo-Science Manufacturing Construction Science Engineering Grant Management MOSTE 1. EAR - Agriculture Food Security - Natural Resources Environment - Manufacturing Services - Social Transformation - Knowledge Advancement 2. PR - Manufacturing - Plant Production Primary Products - Information Communication - Health - Education Training 3. SR - Design Software Technology - Nanotechnology Precision Engineering - Specialty Fine Chemicals Technology - Optical Technology Grant Management MOSTI 1. ScienceFund a) Biotechnology b) ICT c) Industry d) Sea to Space e) Agriculture 2. TechnoFund a) Agriculture b) Biotechnology c) ICT d) Industry 3. InnoFund a) Biotechnology b) ICT c) Industry Grant Management MOSTI
10
GOVERNMENT ALLOCATION FOR RD
9th-MP (2006-2010)
ScienceFund RM1.2 billion
TechnoFund RM1.5 billion
InnoFund RM200 million
11
RDC FUND
  • ScienceFund
  • Technofund
  • Innofund

12
http//ernd.mosti.gov.my/escience/
Click to access login page
13
ScienceFund
MOSTI
14
OBJECTIVES
  • To generate new knowledge through basic and
    applied sciences
  • To develop laboratory proof of concept and
  • To enhance research capability and increase
    number of researchers.

15
TYPES OF RESEARCH
  • Strategic basic research
  • experimental or theoretical work undertaken
    primarily to acquire new knowledge that are
    expected to lead to useful discoveries.
  • Applied research
  • research undertaken to acquire new knowledge for
    a specific application (targeted research).

16
RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS
Biotechnology Cluster ICT Cluster Industrial
Cluster Sea to Space Cluster Agriculture
17
ELIGIBLE RECIPIENT
  • Research Institutions
  • Public Institutions of Higher Learning
  • Private Institutions of Higher Learning (subject
    to MOSTI approval)
  • Government STI Agencies
  • GLC research laboratories

18
TYPE OF PROPOSAL
  • Request For Proposal (RFP)/Competitive Bidding
  • Announcement for bidding
  • Researchers are invited to bid for research
    funding on specific areas of research.
  • ii. Applicant Initiated Project (AIP)
  • 2 cycles per year
  • Researchers apply for funding under the six
    priority areas.

19
SCOPE OF SCIENCE FUND
The funding is for strategic basic and applied
research up to laboratory proof of concept
20
ELIGIBLE EXPENSES
  • Temporary and contract personnel
  • Travel and transportation
  • Rentals
  • Research materials and supplies
  • Minor modifications and repairs
  • Special services and
  • Special equipment and accessories.

21
RESEARCH AGREEMENT
  • Signed between MOSTI and the head/CEO of
    institutions within 14 working days upon
    acceptance of the approved projects.
  • Terms of agreement
  • Scope of work
  • Financial management
  • Ownership of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
  • Benefits sharing from IP exploitation and
  • Exit Clause.

22
PROJECT MONITORING
23
MONITORING EVALUATION
PROGRESS REPORT (Reported by Project Leader on
financial and milestone progress as well as
overall achievement of project)
PROGRESS ASSESSMENT REPORT (Assessment by
Technical Financial Committee based on reports
and / or site visits)
END OF PROJECT REPORT (Reported by Project Leader
3 months after project completion)
OUTCOME ASSESSMENT REPORT (Assessment by
Technical Financial Committee on output of the
project)
24
OBJECTIVES
  • Ensuring all approved projects are implemented
    in line
    with the approval of the Coordinating
  • Committee
  • Ensuring project allocations are utilized in
  • accordance with the existing financial
    procedures
  • Ensuring a higher level of accountability,
  • integrity transparency in research
    expenditure
  • amongst researchers, coordinators research
  • institutions



  • Submitting recommendations for remedial
  • actions on problematic projects
  • Assisting the identification of potential
    research
  • outputs to be upgraded or commercialized

25
RESEARCH OUTPUT AND CONTRIBUTION
  • Patent
  • Publications Reputable journals
    (Conferences/seminars), Citation, Books and
    Others.
  • Laboratory proof of concept
  • Linkages/collaboration International, regional,
    national research institutions, laboratories,
    incubators, and industries
  • Human Capital Development PhD, MSc

26

Read
Check archive projects
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TECHNOFUND
PRE-COMMERCIALISATION AND IP ACQUISITION FUND
28
What is TechnoFund?
  • TechnoFund is a competitive funding to undertake
    innovation to develop and commercialize new,
    cutting edge and breakthrough technologies in
    Agriculture, Biotechnology, ICT, and Industry
    Clusters that create new businesses and economic
    wealth for Malaysia.

29
AIMS
  • TechnoFund aims to
  • Stimulate the growth and successful innovation of
    Malaysian medium and large enterprises by
    increasing the level of RD and its
    commercialisation
  • Increase capability and capacity of Malaysian IHL
    and RI to undertake market driven RD and to
    commercialise the RD findings through spin-offs
    / licensing

30
AIMS
contd (2)
  • Enhance global competitiveness and RD culture
    among Malaysian medium and large enterprises
  • Increase contribution to Malaysias GDP through
    economic wealth creation and exports and
  • Foster greater collaboration between Malaysian
    enterprises and GRI / IHL.

31
TechnoFund Type
Applicants can apply for a combination of the
following TechnoFund Types
Type A Pre-Commercialisation
Type B IP Acquisition
Option Type
1 AB
2 A only
(Note IGS, DAGS, IRPA-EAR, IRPA-PR and IRPA-SR
funded projects are not eligible for Type B. MGS,
CRDF and TAF funded projects are not eligible for
any Type including MSC Status companies.)
32
Type A Pre-Commercialisation
  • Pre-commercialisation activities comprise
    development of commercial ready prototypes /
    pilot plants / clinical trials / up-scaling for
    demonstration and testing purposes but not
    commercial exploitation

33
  • Type B IP Acquisition

Type B comprises acquisition of IP (academic /
laboratory scale prototype) from overseas or
local sources for further development up to
pre-commercialisation stage
34
TARGET GROUP
  • Medium and Large Malaysian Companies (including
    GLCs and PLCs)
  • minimum 51 equity held by Malaysians and
  • annual sales turnover gt RM10 mil or full time
    employees gt 50
  • Malaysian GRI and IHL

35
TECHNOLOGY CLUSTERS
Four Technology Clusters
  • Agriculture
  • Biotechnology
  • ICT
  • Industry

36
Agriculture Cluster
  • Animal
  • Plant
  • Food
  • Marine/Aquatic

37
Biotechnology Cluster
  • Healthcare
  • Medical Biotechnology
  • Biopharmacy
  • Industrial

38
ICT Cluster
  • Information System
  • ICT Infrastructure
  • Software
  • Emerging Information Technology
  • Communication
  • Security System
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Signal Processing
  • Data
  • Database Technology
  • ICT Application

39
Industry Cluster
  • Advanced Materials
  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Nanotechnology
  • Alternative Energy

40
COLLABORATION
  • Industry applicants are encouraged to collaborate
    with one or more GRI / IHL (public or private).
  • GRI/IHL must identify industry partner(s) to
    undertake joint collaboration. Industry
    partner(s) should jointly contribute financial or
    non-financial resources to the project.

41
Scope of Funding
Contd (2)
Type Type Scope of Funding
A Pre-Commercialisation Pilot plant set up/ commercial-ready prototype development/ clinical trial IP preparation and registration excluding maintenance of IP Market testing of commercial-ready prototypes (participation in trade fairs and exhibitions) Regulatory and standard compliance Product documentation Equipment and materials for pre-commercialisation Contract expenditure and Expenditure for services (market survey, consultancy and testing).
42
Scope of Funding
Type Type Scope of Funding
B IP Acquisition Acquisition of IP Training (Technology transfer)
43
Quantum of Funding
  • The quantum of funding and percentage of funding
    support under TechnoFund will be determined on
    the merit of each application.

44
Application Workflow
Request for Proposal
Brief Proposal
Screening
Full Proposal
Technical Evaluation
Commercial Evaluation
Approval Committee
45
INNOVATION FUND (INNOFUND)
46
What is INNOFUND?
  • INNOFUND provides funding for
  • Individual, Micro and Small Enterprises
  • Development of new or improvement of existing
    products, process or services with elements of
    innovation
  • Community Groups
  • Conversion of knowledge/idea into products /
    process / services that improve the quality of
    life of communities

47
TYPES OF INNOFUND
  • Enterprise Innovation Fund (EIF)
  • Community Innovation Fund (CIF)

48
  • Enterprise Innovation Fund (EIF)

49
EIF Eligibility Criteria
  • Individual, Micro and Small Enterprises
  • Must contain innovative element(s) leading to
    commercialisable products, processes or
    services and
  • Can be in any form re-combining, fusing,
    integrating, replicating or refining of existing
    technologies with improved value, enhanced
    efficiency or cost reduction.

50
Target Groups
Enterprise Annual Sales Turnover (RM mil.) Full Time Employees (person)
Micro lt 0.25 lt 5
Small 0.25 - 10 lt 50
Individual NA NA
51
Technology Clusters
Three Main Clusters
  • Biotechnology
  • ICT
  • Industry

52
EIF Scope of Funding
  • The eligible expenditure are
  • Consumables / materials
  • Equipment (not more than 40 of total project
    cost)
  • Expenditure for services (consultancy and
    testing)
  • Product documentation
  • Regulatory and standard compliance and
  • Market testing (including samples, fees and
    documentation for participation in trade fairs
    and exhibitions).

53
Quantum
Enterprise Grant (RM mil.)
Micro 50,000
Small 250,000
Individual 20,000
54
Project Duration
Category Maximum Duration (months)
Individual / Sole Proprietor 12
Micro 12
Small 18
55
EIF Workflow
Request for Proposal
Internal Committee Screening
Technical Evaluation
Approval Committee
56
  • Community Innovation Fund (CIF)

57
CIF Eligibility Criteria
  • Community Group
  • Contributes to societal well-being and
  • Can be in any form re-combining, integrating,
    replicating or refining of existing technologies
    with improved value, enhanced efficiency or cost
    reduction.

58
Target Groups
  • Community Groups
  • Non Governmental Organizations
  • Community Associations
  • Village Development and Security Committees
    (JKKK)

59
Technology Clusters
There is no technology clusters for CIF. The
emphasis is innovation that improves social
well-being of communities.
60
CIF Scope of Funding
  • The eligible expenditure are
  • Consumables / materials
  • Equipment (not more than 40 of total project
    cost)
  • Expenditure for services (consultancy)
  • Product documentation and
  • Demonstration application (including samples,
    fees and documentation for participation in
    exhibitions).

61
Project Duration
Maximum Duration (months)
18
62
CIF Application Process
Activity Submission Working days
(i) Application Throughout the year -
(ii) Assessment of Proposal and Notification of Result (ii) Assessment of Proposal and Notification of Result 60
TOTAL TOTAL 60
63
CIF Workflow
Request for Proposal
Internal Committee Screening
Technical Evaluation
Approval Committee
64
AGREEMENT
An agreement will be signed between the
Government and successful applicants.
65
MONITORING MECHANISM
  • A. REPORTS
  • Periodic Progress Report (every 3 months)
  • - milestone
  • - financial
  • 2. End Of Project Report
  • B. ON-SITE VISIT (Selective Basis)
  • C. SEMINARS / DIALOGUE

66
ISSUES
67
Where was UiTM on RD? Involvement?Contributio
n?Achievement?
RD
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No. of IRPA Projects Approved under 7MP
70
Amount of IRPA Grant Approved under 7MP
71
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No. of IRPA Projects Approved under 8MP (As of 31
Dec. 2004)
73
Amount of IRPA Grant Approved under 8MP (As of 31
Dec. 2004)
74
First Cycle (2006), 9 MP (No. of Project)
75
First Cycle (2006), 9 MP (Amount Approved)
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Issues
  • Emerging Concern for Commercialisation (GERD/GDP
    0.69 (8 MP), Target to 1.5)
  • Patents / License / Royalty /
  • No. of spin-off company
  • No. of Technopreneurs
  • Manpower for RD Management
  • RMCs in Univ./ Management in GRIs GLCs

79
KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (KPI)
  • GERD/GDP
  • RSE per 10,000 Labour Force
  • Publication
  • Intellectual Property
  • Commercialisation

80
GERD/GDP
Source MOSTE (2000), National Survey of RD,
Putrajaya, p. 20
81
RSE PER 10,000 LABOUR FORCE
Source MOSTE (2000), National Survey of RD,
Putrajaya, p. 18
82
PUBLICATIONS 1981 - 2002
Source ISIs NSIOD-Deluxe (2002). National
Science Indicators, cited in MOSTE (2003) Science
Technology Knowledge
Productivity in Malaysia Bibliometric Study,
Putrajaya.
83
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 1993 - 1996
Source OECD, PECC cited in MOSTE (1998)
Malaysian Science and Technology Indicators
Report, p. 213
84
COMMERCIALISATION
  • Survey of 5,232 projects implemented in 6MP
    7MP
  • 14.1 with commercial potential
  • 5.1 commercialised
  • (Source 8MP Report 2001-2005 p. 351)
  • 10 US patented technology commercialised
  • (Source US Congressional Paper 91132
    Industrial Competitiveness and technological
    Advancement Debate over Government Policy III.
    Yr 2000)

85
MOSTIS SURVEY ON 7 MP
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THANK YOU E-mail zahit_at_mosti.gov.my
87
CRITERIA OF SELECTION
  • Viability of Research Objectives,
  • Output Expected,
  • Collaboration and industrial linkages,
  • Appropriateness of research methodology,
  • Relevancy of key milestone,
  • Commercialisation potential,
  • Cost effectiveness,
  • Project risks (Technical, Financial, Timeline)

88
Problems On Application
  • Wrong cluster,
  • Methodology text (on-line system) overshoot space
    provided, Panel remarks application in-complete
  • Duplication of application (one rejected),
  • Amount requested too high,
  • Grant specifically to be used for research per
    se.

89
Other Problems
  • Changing of Project Leader,
  • Change Vote series,

90
Sea-To-Space
  • Applied Sciences,
  • Physical Sciences,
  • Environmental Sciences,
  • Material Sciences,
  • Etc.
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