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Research and Development Collaborations training
“You don’t have to make all the mistakes yourself” - this September’s raft of ASTP-Proton training courses are lining up to make a real impact on the professional development and network community of the participants.
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.
Organise to take advantage of opportunities at IOCB
The IOCB Technology Transfer Office s.r.o (IOCB TTO) is a wholly-owned subsidiary company of IOCB and a leading technology transfer office in the Czech Republic in the field of pharmaceutical, chemical and biotechnology research and development.
On-the-job training at PROvendis
PROvendis has its origins in the innovation consulting firm Zenit GmbH. Founded in 1984, ZENIT is a Public Private Partnership owned by the State of North Rhine- Westphalia, a consortium of banks and an association comprising some 180 enterprises.
Creating a start-up: Valuing intellectual property and skills
This presentation provides an overview of the elements generally considered by each of the parties involved in the discussion on the relative value of the transferred intellectual property and know how at the time of the incorporation of a start-up company.
Creating a start-up: Managing conflict of interest
Faculty and staff involvement in a start-up company (a newly-formed, privately-held, for-profit company) based on their own research and intellectual property creates opportunities for development and commercialization of inventions.
Creating a start-up: Evaluating the 'success' of a company
Many different aspects determine whether a start-up company is a success. Furthermore, the perception of success depends on the point of view and the particular involvement of the party assessing the success.
Creating start-up: Accessing the appropriate investment capital
Money has no smell. However, within the market there are different types of venture capitalist, which vary in terms of amount of capital invested per participation, management style and objectives, requirements with respect to the company management team, etc.