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Organising a multi-university TT company at Ascenion

Founded in 2001 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the LifeScience Foundation, Ascenion is a technology transfer company focusing on the field of life sciences. It currently serves a total of 23 research institutes and university hospitals all over Germany.

  • Aimed at: TTOs
  • University: Ascenion GmbH
  • TTO: 23 Institutes / University hospitals (Germany)
 

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Patent Inventor Form

In order to assist its researchers in providing this information, KU Leuven Research & Development (technology transfer office of KU Leuven) has developed a mandatory Patent Inventor Form.

 

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Practices, policies and possibilities in licensing in Human Genetics

This document starts from the observation that in tandem with rapid advances in biotechnology research having valuable applications for use in healthcare the Canadian technology transfer activity has grown significantly.

 

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Processes and requirements with respect to spin-out company formation

While the IP Office recognizes that the specifics of any start-up company development may be unique, it has identified a number of common elements and the IP Office has developed standard mechanisms and support structures to assist with this process.

 

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UNICO Guide on Key Issues in Managing Technology Transfer Agreements

This UNICO Practical Guide covers a selection of topics that are relevant to the management of technology transfer (TT) agreements and relationships.

 

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Starting, financing and building life science technology to success

The development of life science technologies typically involve long timelines and stringent regulatory hurdles, which in combination result in a high investment capital need. In contrast, the financial and societal reward can be tremendous in case of success.

 

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Securing staff skills at Politecnico di Milano

The TTO of Polytechnic of Milan is one of the first technology transfer offices established in Italy and is among the founding members of the Netval (TTO Network of the Italian universities).

  • Aimed at: TTOs
  • University: Polytechnic of Milan (Italy)
  • TTO: TTO Milano
 

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Creating a TTO and organising it for sustainable growth

Many universities have rushed to create technology transfer offices (TTOs) without proper structures, funding or expertise. Disappointed, after four or five years, they give up before the benefits start to flow.

  • Aimed at: TTOs
  • University: KU Leuven (Belgium)
  • TTO: Leuven Research & Development