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)
Appleyard Lees would like to invite technology transfer professionals to join us at the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) to consider some of the key issues relevant to those working in this sector.
There is a large amount of academic literature surrounding the theory and practice of knowledge transfer and research commercialisation. A recent research article published in ‘Technovation’ caught our attention as it concerns directly how tech transfer professionals learn about, and develop, their professional skills and practice. The article, which is summarised in this blog-post, is based on extensive PhD research by the author.
Businesses are enjoying the fruits of working with universities, including accelerated R&D, tax benefits, funding support, specialist facilities, expertise, and new product and service development.
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.
In October Interface launched the first ever Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards.
Guestblog from Dr Hakim Yadi on The Northern Health Science Alliance
Scotland's prestigious, world-class universities drive innovation and are experienced in the commercialisation of research and technology.
PraxisUnico is keen to expand the number of experienced practitioners who develop and deliver our world-class training and earlier this year we put out a call at the annual conference for anyone interested to contact us.