Consultation Responses

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PraxisAuril has responded to the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW) consultation on the implementation of a new fund in support of innovation and engagement activity at Welsh universities from 2020/21. The new fund will be known as the Research Wales Innovation Fund. PraxisAuril has...
Author: Tamsin Mann
PraxisAuril and ARMA submitted a joint response to UUK's consultation on proposals for a Knowledge Exchange Concordat on 1st July 2019. The Concordat proposes eight high-level principles underlying KE activities and sets out the aims and enablers that will help universities make informed decisions...
Author: Tamsin Mann
PraxisAuril and ARMA submitted a joint response to Research England's consultation on proposed clusters and metrics for the Knowledge Exchange Framework in March 2019. 
The Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) has consulted sector stakeholders on revisions to its IP guidance. The new guidance has been developed with the aim of simplifying policies and practices relating to IP and its commercialisation. This is, they say "in order to encourage those...
Author: Tamsin Mann
PraxisAuril represents KE professionals who work in universities and research institutions to ensure researchers have the best possible opportunities to take their research into external contexts through diverse KE mechanisms that range from CPD, to consultancy, to commercialisation. As a...
Author: Tamsin Mann
PraxisAuril responded to this consultation on behalf of members, emphasising the organisation's primary purpose as a professional network and training organisation dedicated to sharing expertise and experience across the sector. Key points made in the response included:  A welcome to the...
Author: Tamsin Mann
PraxisUnico/AURIL has submitted evidence to the House of Lords Science & Technology Select Committee Inquiry 'Life Sciences and the industrial Strategy'. The inquiry will investigate issues such as whether the Government has the necessary structures in place to support the life sciences sector...
Author: Tamsin Mann
PraxisUnico/AURIL submitted a response to the Reid Review of Government Funded Innovation in Wales at the end of June 2017. Our purpose in contributing to this Review was to underline the importance of maintaining a professional, skilled network in research institutions that can help to stimulate...
Author: Tamsin Mann
PraxisUnico and AURIL welcome the Industrial Strategy Green Paper and in particular the Government’s recognition of and commitment to science, research and innovation as the first strategic ‘pillar’. Our focus in this response is on the role of Knowledge Exchange and Commercialisation (KEC)...
Author: Tamsin Mann
PraxisUnico and AURIL made a joint submission to the House of Commons Science and Technology Select Committee Inquiry 'Managing Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer' in September 2016. PraxisUnico was subsequently invited to appear in front of the Committee on 2nd November 2016. Dr Phil...