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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.
Released by the EPO and the EUIPO, this study shows that companies which own at least one patent, registered design or trade mark generate on average 20% higher revenues per employee than companies which do not own any of those intellectual property rights (IPRs).
The World Intellectual Property Indicators 2020 report covers 2019 data, predating the human and economic shock of the COVID-19 pandemic. What this year’s WIPI documents, however, is a strong foundation of IP activity that will serve as a base for new advancements as the pandemic subsides.
Valorisation of scientific results Patent commercialisation scoreboard: European universities and PROs”, finds that licensing is by far the preferred channel of commercialisation (accounting for 70% of the commercialisation of inventions), followed by R&D co-operation (14%) and the sale of patents (9%).
Tea with ASTP: Knowledge Transfer for a Data Economy
The ever-increasing digital transformation of our society and economy is bringing along the generation of a wealth of data with high value-add potential through the extraction of useful insights.
Tea with ASTP : Open Source Software - how to avoid pitfalls
Recording of the webinar: Open Source Software – how to avoid pitfalls. Discover different cases involving Open Source Software with different types of licenses including situations to avoid and pitfalls.