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Conference 2015 Report: What is best – mediation, arbitration or the courts?

19 Jun 2015

Dr Joanna Thurston, Withers & Rogers LLP and member of PraxisUnico Conference Committee (pictured) reports back from the PraxisUnico Conference 2015.

Conference 2015 Report: Translation, transfer or transformation: how science makes money

18 Jun 2015

Adam Stoten, Head of Technology Transfer, Life Sciences at Isis Innovation and member of PraxisUnico Conference Committee  (pictured) reports on a talk delivered by Dr David Bott, Principal Fellow, Warwick Manufacturing Group.

Conference 2015 Report: Why are there so many reviews of university-business interaction?

18 Jun 2015

A report by Tamsin Mann, Policy Officer at PraxisUnico, of the talk given by Professor Graeme Reid,  Professor of Science and Research Policy, University College London, at the PraxisUnico Conference 2015.

Networking 101 - Tips from RCUK

2 Jun 2015

Guest post from Dr Charis Cook, Innovation Manager, BBSRC.

ESTABLISHING COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES WITH LONDON’S CREATIVE AND CULTURAL SMES

20 May 2015

Guest post by Evelyn Wilson, Head of Knowledge Exchange Programmes at Creativeworks London and Director of The Culture Capital Exchange.

Fundamentals of Technology Transfer

6 May 2015

Amy Firth, Marketing & Communications Manager reports back from the training course which took place April 21-24 in Peterborough.

The challenge of igniting university-industry collaborations

30 Apr 2015

A guest post from Alex Stockham and Patrick Speedie (pictured), Technology Communications Officer and Co-founder of IN-PART.

AUTM Asia Conference report

28 Apr 2015

Nessa Carey attended the AUTM Asia Conference in Malaysia this month, and combined it with some business development in the country, meeting government representatives and leaders of science parks.

"Knowledge transfer is a people business"

22 Apr 2015

A few weeks ago PraxisUnico's Policy Officer, Tamsin Mann, spoke at a KnowledgeLondon Forum (KLF) event about the macro environment for Technology and Knowledge Transfer, the issues as we perceive them and possible solutions or routes to address them.