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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.
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.
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.
IP Management in research collaboration between EU and non-EU partners
More and more innovation is driven by research collaborations between different entities. Within the context of globalized economy, these research and innovation collaborations are becoming increasingly internationalised.
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.
Technology scouting at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences
The NMBU Technology Transfer (NMBU TTO) was established in 2004 to create value from good ideas and research results from Norwegian Institute of Life Sciences. Unlike many other TTOs in Norway, the TTO at NMBU is an internal unit that belongs to the Research Department.
TechID units at the Hospitals of Copenhagen Region of Denmark
Copenhagen University Hospital is a conglomerate of several hospitals in the region, together with the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen. The Hospital has 5 strategic research areas, and a clinical research centre.
TTO - A science PhD’s career option beyond the research bench
Have you ever wondered if you (or your research team) ever invent something that has direct translational value what steps will be necessary to actually bring it out in the market?