'University Technology Transfer - What It Is and How to Do It' - Tom Hockaday

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Tom Hockaday, Technology Transfer Innovation, joins David Secher, PraxisAuril Patron, to discuss Tom's new book "University Technology Transfer - What It Is and How to Do It".

We are pleased to welcome Tom Hockaday, Technology Transfer Innovation, who will be joining David Secher, PraxisAuril Patron, to talk about Tom's new book "University Technology Transfer - What It Is and How to Do It". With decades of experience between them, the conversation will range far and wide over experiences, lessons learned and the pressing issues of the day.

The book provides a thorough discussion of the planning, objectives, structure, budgeting and operations of technology transfer inside the university, as well as comments on project management, technology licensing, spin-out formation, proof-of-concept funds and university venture funds. There are also chapters on the history of the activity in the UK, the various roles of government, building innovation communities, and discussion of current issues relating to impact, metrics, social enterprise and student entrepreneurship.

Questions and comments will be invited from the audience.

We are pleased to invite you to join the webinar on Tuesday 4 August, 1630-1730. This webinar is free to attend.

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4 August 2020 4:30 PM through  5:30 PM
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