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Intellectual Asset Management and the Utilization of Academic Research
The Health-2-Market Team is pleased to invite you to the Training Seminar “Intellectual Asset Management & the Utilization of Academic Research” - free of charge! The seminar will be hosted by The Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics (CING) and will take place on 15th & 16th of September 2014 at the amphitheater of The Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics in Nicosia, Cyprus. Join us and find out how the researchers can create greater value in their R&D activities through intellectual asset management!
There are still many people that would consider intellectual property an impediment to openness, especially within a university setting. While this may be true in some circumstances, it is increasingly becoming clear that intellectual property is a critical tool to govern open innovation, in particular, the utilization of academic research. This seminar will discuss and provide examples of how intellectual asset management can play a critical role in developing innovation in universities by facilitating both research collaborations and the utilization of research results. The goal of the seminar will be to show how university innovation system actors as well as researchers can create greater value in their R&D activities through intellectual asset management.
The participants will learn to:
- Understand the importance of utilization of Academic research in general and for the individual researcher
- Identify, capture, and assess intellectual assets in research projects
- Understand the various ways to utilize research and consequences of different choices
- Understand the fundamental aspects of IPRs and licensing in relation to the utilization of academic research
- Understand and practice fundamental Intellectual Property Management (IPM) tools for research collaborations, including managing ownership, access, and use of research results
- Evaluate potential options of value creation from research projects
This training seminar is appropriate for any
- Researchers who are interested in building utilization capabilities to strengthen their research output
- Entrepreneurs in the life sciences who want better analytical tools to develop commercialization strategies
- Technology Transfer Professionals who wish to enhance their holistic ability to evaluate academic research
- University Management who want better models to support the governance of research and innovation
- Policy Makers who wish to create better regulations and policies to support university research and innovation
Participation to the seminar is free of charge but pre- registration is required!
Registration will be open until: 8th of September 2014Originals