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Conference Report 2015: Is Technology Transfer Working?

Sue Ratcliffe, IP Counsel, Swansea University and PraxisUnico Conference Committee member, reports on a talk by Jane Muir RTTP, Associate Director, University of Florida and Immediate Past President AUTM (pictured). 328 more words

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Conference Report 2015: Soft IP

A report from the parallel session on Soft IP delivered by Sue Ratcliffe, IP Counsel, Swansea University, and PraxisUnico Conference Committee member; Naomi Jacobs, Senior Research Associate at Lancaster University, and Mike Butler, Director of the Aston Centre for People and Organisations (ACPO), and Founder and Director of The TRANSFORMATION Project, Aston Business School. 372 more words

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Conference report 2015: Losing the Patent Obsession

Sue Ratcliffe, IP Counsel, Swansea University and PraxisUnico Conference Committee member, reports on a topical session chaired by Sue Sundstrom, RTTP, Head of Technology Transfer, Bristol University and PraxisUnico Board Member. 310 more words

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Conference Report 2015 - IBM Site Visit

Dr Karen Lewis, Associate Director, Innovation, BBSRC,  and member of PraxisUnico’s Board and Conference Committee (pictured) reports back from the IBM site visit, hosted by Noel Crawford, Ireland – IBM Innovation Centre & ISV Developer Relation Manager.  325 more words

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Conference 2015: "Dealing with the Press" workshop report

At the PraxisUnico Conference, a workshop was chaired by Adam Stoten of Isis Innovation, and featured a panel including Tony Hickson, Imperial Innovations; Michael Whelan, UCD; and Adam Smith, Senior Reporter, Research Fortnight. 540 more words

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CinEcoSa: Screen Policies in the 21st Century and the Region

This conference – located at Université Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris III) – considered the role of screen policies in the film industry at regional, national, and transnational levels. 549 more words

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Conference 2015 Report: What can government do to support technology transfer and innovation?

Dr Karen Lewis, Associate Director, Innovation, BBSRC,  and member of PraxisUnico’s Board and Conference Committee (pictured) reports on this session which provided an opportunity to explore the various approaches taken by Governments (in the UK and internationally) to support innovation and deliver economic and societal benefit from publicly funded research. 342 more words

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