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2019 NCUB State of the Relationship Report

2 Dec 2019

In these turbulent times the 2019 State of the Relationship Report celebrates those seeking to affect, drive and shape the future of collaboration to make the UK more productive and inclusive.

PraxisUnico supports Biotech and Money: Feb 2-3 2016

2 Dec 2019

PraxisUnico is pleased to be supporting Biotech and Money London 2016, a two-day congress providing the education, strategies and solutions life science companies need to enable more effective funding, investment, business planning and partnering within their businesses on Feb 2-3 2016.

The Research Impact Handbook by Mark Reed - Review

2 Dec 2019

This new book aims to help researchers and stakeholders embed impact into research from the early stages, leading to better and more effective results. 

How the IP system is supporting technology and innovation businesses

2 Dec 2019

In celebration of World IP Day on 26th April, Lesley Evans, Chief Executive of major European intellectual property firm, Haseltine Lake, reflects on how global IP systems are supporting and encouraging innovation.

 

The 49 PraxisAuril members with RTTPs

2 Dec 2019

The RTTP accreditation is helping our members strategise with the rollout of the #KEF & provides international benchmarking in Knowledge Exchange.

As ATTP announces 500 global RTTPs, we celebrate our 49 member organisations with RTTPs:

New RTTPs and Candidate RTTPs in Quarter 2 2019

2 Dec 2019

Although the sun is not greeting us with its presence today, there are eight new KE professionals shinning professionalism into the sector. I am pleased to introduce to you the six RTTPs and two Candidate RTTPs new to their respective ATTP groups. In the quarter that ATTP announced reaching 500 global RTTPs, this cohort of 10 individuals is part of this iconic milestone. We may not be able to count on the Great British weather, but we can depend on the professionalism of these practitioners.

Why should academics commercialise research?

2 Dec 2019

Speaking to a room full of engineers — academics, postgrads and PhD candidates — last week I ran through the ins and outs of why (and how) they should commercialise and communicate their research. It was my first public talk, invited as a keynote speaker to the Engineers Researcher Symposium at the University of Sheffield, to share what I’d learnt in the five years since graduating.

Join Impact Award winners at the PraxisUnico Conference 2016

2 Dec 2019

 The 2015 winners are joining us at the PraxisUnico Conference 2016 alongside Research Councils UK to provide an update on their work and share best practice during a parallel session.

 

Trunki Sunk in Design Rights Slam Dunk

2 Dec 2019

The long-running Trunki design litigation finally came to a close – some Fundamentals of Technology Transfer delegates may remember this case featuring in the Design Rights section of that course. And the verdict? Trunki lost. Michael Conway, Associate at HaseltineLake sums up what led to that decision (originally published on the HaseltineLake blog, republished with consent)