PraxisUnico giving evidence to Select Committee

Dr Phil Clare, Chair of PraxisUnico's Advocacy Committee, will be appearing in front of MP's at today's Science & Technology Select Committee hearing. Phil will be representing PraxisUnico and Auril members following our written submission to the inquiry 'Managing Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer'.

Also giving evidence in an earlier session are Dr Tony Raven, Cambridge Enterprise, and Dr Claire Brady, Edinburgh Research and Innovation - both PraxisUnico members and actively involved in advocacy for the sector. The inquiry has provided PraxisUnico and its members an opportunity to set-out the challenges and complexities of commercialising university research but, importantly, to present evidence that demonstrates the strength of the sector and the skilled professionals who work in KEC; something that was emphasised most recently in the McMillan review of Technololgy Transfer (HEFCE).  

All written evidence can be accessed on the Select Committee website, and you can watch the session which starts at 1.45pm via Parliament TV