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 info@praxisauril.org.uk.
Author: Government
This is the first report on the IPO’s work to support innovation and growth in the UK, covering the period from April 2013 to March 2014.   This document is free for re-use under the terms of the Open Government Licence and is sourced from https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/supporting-...
Author: Birgitte Andersen, Muthu De Silva, Charles Levy
This report discusses how to unlock and stimulate different forms of collaborations between universities and businesses, by drawing on a survey of 200 businesses, and in-depth interviews with 14 companies. This document is in the public domain and sourced from http://www.biginnovationcentre.com/...
Author: Elaine Eggington, Rupert Osborn and Claude Kaplan
An evaluation of the impacts arising from the development and introduction of the Lambert model agreements and toolkit, conducted by IP Pragmatics Ltd on behalf of the Intellectual Property Office in collaboration with Association of University Resarch and Industry Links (AURIL), the Confederation...
Author: PraxisUnico
This note is a summary of a recent meeting. It represents a personal summary of the event and should not be taken as an official record, which will be produced separately. A meeting was held in Swindon bringing together the Funding Councils, RCUK and the TSB with a group of PraxisUnico members. The...
Author: Professor Sir Tim Wilson
Since the Lambert Review (2003) there has been a huge change in both the quantum and the quality of business–university collaboration. This change has not only been stimulated by government funding initiatives but also by a growing realisation, within both business and universities, of the central...
Author: Gail Edmondson, Lori Valigra, Michael Kenward, Richard L Hudson, Haydn Belfield
This report was commissioned by the Science|Business Innovation Board AISBL. The Board is a Belgian not-for-profit scientific association that performs original policy research, engages with policymakers and the press, and works generally to improve the climate for innovation in Europe. Its members...
Author: PraxisUnico
PraxisUnico supports the general direction of travel as indicated in the Hargreaves Report and in the Governments response. We agree that: a. change is needed; b. International cooperation and work sharing is essential, particularly across the EU. We agree with working collaboratively with...
Author: Oxford Economics
The Innovation, Research and Technology sector has grown considerably since the last study in 2006, according to Oxford Economics' latest study, conducted for AIRTO. This document is in the public domain and is sourced from http://www.airto.co.uk/docs/airto_oxford_economics_2014.pdf
Author: University & College Union
In February 2000 the University & College Union Association produced a model agreement on intellectual property rights. In order to guide LAs in negotiations over this issue, a sample of university policies on revenue sharing in respect of the exploitation of intellectual property was taken and...
Some technology held and used by Universities, including for research collaborations and teaching, or licensed by University tech transfer companies, and some consultancy activity does have the potential to be misused. It is therefore subject to military non-proliferation export controls by the UK...