Templates, Toolkits & Guidance

PraxisAuril has collected templates and toolkits that Knowledge Exchange and Commercialisation practitioners may find helpful in their work. If you are seeking a specific template from our member community please contact us on info@praxisauril.org.uk. If you have a template you would like us to consider for inclusion, please contact website@praxisauril.org.uk.
State Aid in Research, Development & Innovation: A Guide for Universities PraxisAuril produced this guide for UK Universities and their advisors. 
Author: Intellectual Property Office (IPO)
Lambert 2 (2016) https://www.gov.uk/guidance/university-and-business-collaboration-agreem... This toolkit is for universities and companies that wish to undertake collaborative research projects with each other. The toolkit consists of:  a decision guide 7 model research collaboration (one to one)...
Knowledge exchange and commercialisation makes and essential contribution to the UK in social and economic benefit, but the role of KEC practitioners and the importance of the function they play is not widely understood or recognised  outside the research base. PraxisUnico has compiled an Advocacy...
Author: HEFCE
HEFCE's resources on funding, measuring knowledge exchange, knowledge exchange strategy and development can be found here: http://www.hefce.ac.uk/kess/
Author: Easy Access IP
Easy Access IP is an international initiative supported by universities and research institutions with the aim of increasing knowledge exchange between the research base and industry, particularly small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs). The initiative has the aim of lowering barriers to entry by...
Author: Government
The study of patents has been approached with increased enthusiasm in recent times. At present there are clear differences in perspective between professional patent experts, researchers undertaking patent analysis and the audience for this research, which includes governments, the press,...
Author: Brunswick Group
The Brunswick Group has developed a number of template agreements for use between two universities or similar not-for-profit organisations. The aim is to remove the need to spend time on drafting and negotiation in the majority of cases.  Development of the template agreements is led by ARMA....