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Tea with ASTP: How to tell your best story
Philip Grother learned the hard way how to get his message across simply and effectively, whilst raising funds, generating business, and exchanging with colleagues, partners and clients. Philip has been working with TTOs coaching and advising them on public speaking with a highlight on entrepreneurship.
"Green" Tea with ASTP
Plastic Omnium organised an Open Innovation Challenge in partnership with SoScience. Its objective was to accelerate innovation leveraging collective intelligence through an open innovation approach. The benefits of an open innovation approach were discussed in this webinar with the ASTP community.
Knowledge and Technology Transfer: Defining the Profession
ASTP, AUTM, KCA and PraxisAuril have proposed a definition of the profession and discussed it with ATTP. It is our ambition that further development of this should be managed through the custodianship of ATTP. Its partnership of national associations of KE/TT gives it a unique global view which will help uncover new activities in the profession and enable it to support new education programs and certification.
Digital Innovations SIG | October 2020
The Digital Innovations community met online in October 2020 to discuss IPR Lifecyle Management, Software License Deal Terms Survey, Open Source Software Management and a new action line on Data Management and GDPR compliance.
Tea with ASTP: KT Metrics New
In the summer of 2020, an expert group convened the EC Joint Research Centre (JRC), published the “Knowledge Transfer (KT) Metrics’ Report” on knowledge transfer metrics. The study was part of the MoU between ASTP and the EC-JRC and for this webinar, we have invited two of the experts to unpack the findings.
Tea with ASTP: Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit Sharing
Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit Sharing is an international agreement aimed at the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from the utilisation of genetic resources. Access and benefit-sharing obligations are established and negotiated between the country of origin and the researcher.