This IPR helpdesk fact sheet aims at highlighting the most essential intellectual property (IP) issues to be addressed when handling jointly owned assets in contractual arrangements.
This Praxis Unico presentation discusses the many intellectual property issues to consider when negotiating and drafting collaboration agreements.
This report discusses cases of university-industry collaborations that have gone beyond the the traditional funding of discrete research projects.
ERAC guidelines outlining the significant issues for the management of intellectual property (IP) by universities and other public research organisations (PROs) within Europe in collaborations with PROs and companies in countries outside Europe.
This document presents the guidelines for entering into research agreements with private companies, which have been adopted by the Danish teaching hospitals.
This communication of the European Commission disusses how member states can collaborate to strengthen and promote knowledge transfer an in particular its trans-national dimension.
In addition this communication is accompanied with voluntary guidelines for universities and other research institutions to improve their links with industry across Europe.
This OECD report provides an analystical overview of the different collaborative mechanisms and the manner in which they may be employed to facilitate access to and use of biotechnological innovations for purposes of research, commercialization and the provision of products/services.
Over the recent years research collaboration with China has strongly increased. This brochure gives a basic overview of the intellectual property and technology transfer issues associated with research cooperation with China.
The Brunswick Group have made available a number of template agreements for use between two universities or similar not-for-profit organisations.
The Lambert Toolkit provides a set of 5 model Research Collaborations and 4 Consortium Agreements, which individually or combined provide a valuable reference for universities or companies that wish to undertake collaborative research.
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