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Tea with ASTP: WIPO Mediation and Tech Transfer Disputes

This Webinar focused on the conduct of mediation, including the online conduct of mediation, with a particular reference to the practical case application of the WIPO Mediation Rules in international IP and technology disputes.

  • Aimed at: Academic leaders at research centres, TTO & KTO Directors
 

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EPO in the TT Landscape

This webinar cast a light on EPO's technology transfer initiatives and its future plans. The role played by the cooperation with organisations such as ASTP in this context is essential.

  • Aimed at: Academic leaders at research centres, TTO & KTO Directors
 

Training Materials

Open Source Project Offices Workshop

Recording of the online workshop organised by the Digital Innovations SIG: Open Source Project Offices. See what people are doing with Open Source Project Offices, learn the best practices, procedures and resources for open source management.

 

Training Materials

Software Licensing Workshop

Recording of the online workshop organised by the Digital Innovations SIG: 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.

 

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Tea with ASTP: Defining Inventorship

We have all been involved in cases regarding inventorship. Some of these situations can be either tricky or can be solved in a more fact-based manner. Research staff often don't know the difference between a co-author of an article and a co-inventor. This webinar drills down into the details of Defining Inventorship.

  • Aimed at: Academic leaders at research centres, TTO & KTO Directors
 

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Tea with ASTP: The Researcher's Perspective on KT

Are we also listening to the researchers? Do we really know what they think about our way of working? How do they perceive the information they get from us? Both presenters have been involved in knowledge transfer and commercialisation who share their views and impressions of the knowledge transfer process with us.

  • Aimed at: Academic leaders at research centres, TTO & KTO Directors
 

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Tea with ASTP: Dealing with new plant varieties

The development of new and improved varieties of plants benefits the economy by increasing the marketability of crops and improving rural income and overall economic development.

  • Aimed at: Academic leaders at research centres, TTO & KTO Directors
 

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Tea with ASTP: Policies for Spin-out

Most KTOs work with the spin-out route as a way of commercialising inventions from our research institutions: there are different models and policies in place at different KTOs. Marjan Kraak (Head of Spin-Off Group, ETH Transfer at ETH Zurich) take us through ETH Zurich's models and processes.

  • Aimed at: Academic leaders at research centres, TTO & KTO Directors
 

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Tea with ASTP: Corporate Partnerships

Ben Soffer, Head of Corporate Partnerships Kings College London presents ouon Corporate Partnerships.The MedTech Accelerator will act as a vehicle for the commercialisation of MedTech innovations. The Accelerator will be set up as a limited company based on a shareholder agreement and, in parallel, the parties are looking to facilitate the creation of a venture fund. The Accelerator has the ambition to position itself as the best place in the UK for MedTech Innovation to flourish successfully.

  • Aimed at: Academic leaders at research centres, TTO & KTO Directors
 

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Tea with ASTP: Open Hardware

Andrew Katz will explore the dynamics of open technologies, and consider whether open hardware has the potential to be as successful as open source software.

 

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Tea with ASTP: Negotiating Licensing Terms

In this webinar recording, Anja Zimmerman, discusses how knowledge and technology transfer can happen in numerous ways, from publication of research results to collaborations between scientist, between research organisations, between academia and industry or by creating companies.

 

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Tea with ASTP: Technology Marketing

Sometimes universities and research organisations fail to turn research results into marketable products or services, not because of lack of scientific excellence or technical innovativeness but, because of non-technological barriers such as economic, environmental, social, regulatory, or legal obstacles.