This presentation provides an overview of the elements considered by each of the parties involved in the discussion on the relative value of transferred intellectual property and know how at the time of the incorporation of a start-up company.
A collection of Intellectual Property (IP) teaching materials to be used in a "train the trainers" philosophy.
A compendium of the collective knowledge of expert US practitioners in the field of academic technology transfer.
This Les Nouvelles article reviews the traditional technology transfer models as well as more recent experimental approaches and hypothetical alternative models.
The European Patent Office (EPO) provides an unique and comprehensive set of Intellectual property (IP) teaching materials
The tool might serve both as a template and as a set of guidelines on which the universities can base their own IP policies.
Panel discussion involving different academic and non-academic stakeholders on the transfer of a university invention from the bench to the market.
Panel discussion involving experts in biopharmaceutics, medical devices and cellular therapies on starting, financing, and building life science technology companies.
This Praxis Unico presentation discusses the many intellectual property issues to consider when negotiating and drafting collaboration agreements.
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 IPR helpdesk fact sheet provides an outline of the main provisions of an assignment agreement as well as a checklist when negotiating an assignment.
This Practical Guide focusses on how universities can protect their interests in student-generated IP.
This Practical Guide focusses on the transactions and issues associated with the creation of a spin-out company.
This Practical Guide provides a brief, practical overview of legal issues associated with university legal contracts.
This presentation of Heriot-Watt intended for an academic audience provides an overview of the factors involved in creating a good business plan.
This brochure provides a detailed layman’s overview of the drug R&D process, which may be particularly useful to TT professionals without a pharmaceutical research background.
PROMOTING/SUPPORTING COLLABORATION BETWEEN INDUSTRY & PUBLIC RESEARCH ORGANISATIONS
This presentation by Jeff Pootolal gives a comprehensive overview of important elements to consider when negotiating and drafting a license agreement.
In this presentation Jeff Pootolal explains what royalty monetization is, how it works and why academic institutes should consider monetizing their future royalty income.
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