Checklist of Imperial Innovations assisting in deciding whether to license a technology to an existing company or to develop the technology within a spin-out company.
Panel discussion involving different academic and non-academic stakeholders on the transfer of a university invention from the bench to the market.
In this presentation Jeff Pootolal explains what royalty monetization is, how it works and why academic institutes should consider monetizing their future royalty income.
This presentation by Jeff Pootolal gives a comprehensive overview of important elements to consider when negotiating and drafting a license agreement.
This OECD recommendation provides guidelines for the establishment, management, governance, operation, access, use and discontinuation of Human Biobanks and Genetic Research Databases.
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.
These OECD Guidelines on the management, exploitation and licensing of intellectual property rights on innovations within the field of human medical genetics seek to foster the objectives of stimulating genetic research and development while maintaining appropriate access to health products and services.
These NIH best practices give clear guidelines on patenting genomic inventions and exclusive or non-exclusive licensing of such inventions.
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