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Tea with ASTP: Non-financial Impact of KE

This seminar investigates the importance of these non-financial impacts, such as social, cultural, and environmental contributions. Additionally, it suggests a very simple but still useful methodology that can be employed to assess and address these impacts. This seminar also highlights the integral role of KE professionals in bridging academia with industry and society, emphasising their efforts in promoting and measuring these impacts holistically.

 

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Tea with ASTP: EPO Deep Tech Finder

In this Tea with ASTP, Cornelia Peuser presents the EPO Observatory’s new Deep Tech Finder, a tool that blends the business profiles of around 8,300 investment-ready European start-ups with information on their patent portfolios.

 

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Digital Innovations SIG: World Lunch #8

Brechtje Vreenegoor is manager of the KTO Wageningen University and Research. She discussed ‘servitisation’ of open-source models. Numerous models are being valorised in different ways, but it is difficult to advise researchers on what they should do. Why does something work one time and not another? And do we even know what works: how do we determine success?

 

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Tea with ASTP: Unversity OSPOs and why we need them!

In this Tea with ASTP Clare Dillon, InnerSource Researcher at the University of Galway, covered where academic OSPOs are located within institutions, their goals and the activities OSPO staff engage in.

 

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ASTP EU Forum #7 | Spring 2024

The 7th ASTP- EU Forum continues the dialogue between European knowledge/technology transfer professionals and staff of the European Commission. At this free online event, you shall have the opportunity to hear directly from senior Commission staff working on initiatives which directly impact the innovation landscape.

 

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Tea with ASTP: Creation of IP Policy

In this Tea with ASTP Relika Williams, and Christophe Haunold were joined by other guests to share their experiences around creating, approving and executing IP management policy for universities. Three different perspectives: from a drafting point of view, an approval / feedback collection, and execution of a long standing policy. Why do we need it? What are the ingredients of a good policy? How to implement, approve and promote it?

 

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The monthly online SSHA and Impact Flashlight #29

The SynSICRIS tool supports project planning via an impact pathway and a working plan bar chart. This is combined with continous, project-related monitoring of potential impact. This open source tool is intended to create benefits for innovation, transfer and sustainability in the research and funding landscape. Birge shared her developer and user experiences.

 

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Digital Innovations SIG: World Lunch #7

A few years ago, the Max Planck Society introduced a partially standardised licensing model for spin-offs. The model includes a 10% stake of Max Planck in the companies and, in some cases, milestone payments or royalties. The model has proved to be successful in most cases. Only in the start-up projects, which are solely based on software code the model was sometimes considered unfair by the founders. The Max Planck Society has since then revised the model for these special technologies again...

 

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Digital Innovations SIG: World Lunch #6

With Laura Spinardi, Head of Technology Transfer Office, Fondazione IRCCS Ca' Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico di Milano, we discussed the challenges of managing data in digital clinical research: not just the privacy/personal data issues, but also data management and data sharing within collaborative research projects, using data for machine learning and training, and the ease or difficulty of transferring data in licensing and spin out opportunities.

 

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Tea with ASTP: Collaborating instead of pushing the IP

In this session Carlo Duprel, Head of Technology Transfer Office at SnT, University of Luxembourg, provided an overview on how to setup and execute an impactful strategy of long-term collaborative research projects with companies, across different industries while ensuring scientific excellence. Sharing costs, IP access, benefits for researchers and companies – what makes the SnT Partnership Programme so interesting for different actors?

 

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Tea with ASTP: Academic entrepreneurship initiatives for impactful knowledge transfer

Science and researchers should be at the forefront of solving our most pressing global challenges. Impactful research commercialisation will require educating a new generation of entrepreneurs with a deep appreciation of science.