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Invention Disclosure Document
At the moment an invention is disclosed to the Technology Transfer Office (TTO), the totality of information needed for assessing the invention and possibly filing a patent is often distributed over several persons.
Guidelines: Licensing genetic inventions
Biotechnology and genetics research have been the subject of extensive investment by both the public and private sectors, with the resulting products and processes making a significant and increasing contribution to human health and health care.
Guidelines: Teaching hospitals for entering into research agreements
This document presents the guidelines for entering into research agreements with private companies, which have been adopted by the Danish teaching hospitals.
Guidelines: Human biobanks and genetic research databases
Human biobanks and genetic research databases which bring together and allow the sharing of human biological material and information derived from its analysis, are a key element of the scientific infrastructure underpinning such research.
Guidelines: Collaborative Research and KT between Science and Industry
The handbook on Responsible Partnering provides guidelines aiming at improving strategic collaboration and knowledge exchange between companies and publicly-funded research organizations.
Drug Discovery and Development: Understanding the R&D process
The path from understanding a disease to bringing a safe and effective new treatment to patients is lengthy and complex. Scientists work to piece together the basic causes of disease at the level of genes, proteins and cells.
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.
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.
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.