Reports, Research & Reviews

PraxisAuril is working to collate public domain research, reviews and reports of relevance to the Knowledge Exchange and Commercialisation community and its stakeholders. This content is collected from a range of sources, based on publicly available material, and will be updated on an ongoing basis. If you have content you wish to contribute, or if you have any comments please contact us on
Author: CBI
This guide from the CBI sets out to help businesses understand how to get the best from the opportunities universities offer, whether for collaboration on research, innovation or skills.
Author: Dernis H., Dosso M., Hervás F., Millot V., Squicciarini M. and Vezzani A.
This report looks at the innovative output of world’s top Research and Development (R&D) investors using patents and trademarks as proxy indicators. Essentially descriptive in nature, the study presents statistics about the patent portfolio of companies, and their trademark strategies to launch...
Author: Adrian Day, Rosa Fernandez
This report analyses patterns of and reasons for sustained growth of Knowledge Exchange (KE) income across British HEIs in recent years. This document is in the public domain and is sourced from  
Author: AUTM
AUTM produced this briefing document as part of its advocacy program aimed at education, promotion, endorsement, advancement and protection of the technology transfer profession globally. This document is in the public domain and is sourced from
Author: Dagmara M.Weckowska
This article looks at how Technology Transfer Office directors play a key role in enabling learning the relations-focused practice. This document is sourced from the Open Access publication Technovation Volumes 41–42, July–August 2015, Pages 62–74  and is available under a Creative Commons license...
Author: Universities UK
The Patterns and Trends series presents annual statistical data about the sector in the context of the trends of the previous decade.  The picture presented by this year’s report, which focuses on academic year 2012-12, is of a sector at the beginning of a significant period of change.  2012-13 was...
Author: Government
This Autumn Statement sets out the next stage of the government’s long-term economic plan.    This document is made available under the terms of the Open Government Licence v.2 and is sourced from
Author: Government
The Government's long-term economic plan for science and innovation has 6 elements: 1 Deciding priorities; 2 Nurturing scientific talent; 3 Investing in our scientific infrastructure; 4 Supporting research; 5 Catalysing innovation; 6 Participating in global science and innovation.   The Lords...
Author: Public and Corporate Economic Consultants Ltd & the Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge
In 2013 the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) and Universities UK commissioned PACEC Ltd and the Centre for Business Research (CBR), at the University of Cambridge, to review the quantitative and qualitative impacts of non-hypothecated research funding (quality related research...
Author: Rt. Hon Liam Byrne MP
This document sets out the Labour Party's long-term strategy for science.    This document is in the public domain and is sourced from