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This new handbook offers insights, best practices and advice for leaders in cities and universities that want to go beyond “ad hoc” projects and take the next step towards a strategic and sustainable partnership. It identifies promising avenues, but also barriers and pitfalls and how to avoid them.
Towards a reform of the research assessment system
From March to November 2021, the European Commission consulted European and international stakeholders on how to facilitate and speed up reform so that the quality, performance and impact of research and researchers are assessed on the basis of more appropriate criteria and processes.
Tea With ASTP: Horizon Europe Networking Platforms
Many knowledge transfer officers support consortium building for Horizon Europe collaboration projects. This webinar outlines the tools for finding expertise beyond their, and their researchers, networks. Watch to learn more about how to use these platforms for matchmaking between academic scientists and companies.
This webinar studied the finding of the ASTP COVID-19 survey findings as well as personal testimonies from survey respondents who shared both the on-going struggles of working during the pandemic and the best practices they have developed to continue to function during various restrictions.
The intention to create a space for key speakers from European institutions to share and update the community on their current knowledge transfer related activities was realised in the 4-hour meeting, defined by content rich presentations and simulating audience questions.
Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent national and international shut downs, a group of ASTP volunteers set out to better understand the pandemic's impact on the knowledge transfer community. This report is the findings of the survey, completed by 252 KT professionals from across Europe.
Tea with ASTP: Stretching the Patent Prosecution Dollar
This panel discussed intellectual property Procurement Strategies and Considerations for AMCs and Research Universities. Including: Building a patent portfolio using various cost-effective tools; what corporations value when partnering with universities; Building an intellectual property portfolio from a start-up
Student IP Policy
In this webinar Jeff Skinner leads an exploration of the vexed issue of Student IP. He focuses on two aspects, the policy itself and how agreements are reached with students. Both elements are critical: no matter how clear (and generous) the policy, it is often the process that gets in the way.
Grants and Collaborations-contributions from third parties
Hosted by ZonMw, this page provides guidance on how to set these agreements out properly and what to look out for. This information is intended as an aid in establishing (collaboration) agreements; no rights can be derived from this.