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University research and the commercialization of intellectual property in Canada

Canada. Industry Canada. Research Publications Program.

University research and the commercialization of intellectual property in Canada

by Canada. Industry Canada. Research Publications Program.

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Published by Industry Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industry and education -- Canada.,
  • Intellectual property -- Economic aspects -- Canada.,
  • Research, Industrial -- Economic aspects -- Canada.,
  • Technology transfer -- Economic aspects -- Canada.,
  • Universities and colleges -- Research -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

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    Statementby Wulong Gu and Lori Whewell.
    SeriesOccasional paper (Industry Canada)
    ContributionsGu, Wulong., Whewell, Lori.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination113 p. ; 23 cm.
    Number of Pages113
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21585869M

      The Technology Transfer and Commercialization Office supports industrial liaison, technology transfer and commercialization activities at Memorial University. We help identify resources and facilitate connections to move ideas towards commercialization. intellectual property rights in the innovation process, i.e. on the commercialization of intellectual property, and on the question of what economic policy can do to support the various innovation stakeholders in this process.

    On Wednesday, , the Office of Research Services (ORS) held a workshop on intellectual property management and commercialization at Laurentian University. The workshop attracted a multidisciplinary audience composed of 15 researchers and students from various faculties and departments such as Nursing, Orthophonie, Sociology. piece University intellectual property policies. His original compilation included seventeen major universities in Canada in March of The interest was sparked interest at his university, Simon Fraser University, where he, as VP, Research initiated revisions to its own intellectual property Size: KB.

    Technology transfer, commercialization and licensing opportunities with Defence Research and Development Canada. Using defence-related intellectual property How to use protected works from National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces. (Only a small proportion of all university research activity results in intellectual property with potential for commercialization.) Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind such as a discovery or invention ("a new and useful art, process, machine, manufacture or composition of matter"), research data or tool, technology.


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University research and the commercialization of intellectual property in Canada by Canada. Industry Canada. Research Publications Program. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Statistics Canada identifies the institutions in this sector that perform R&D through the Canadian Association of University Business Officers (CAUBO) annual survey.

According to the survey, there were 48 R&D-performing academic institutions in Canada (see Appendix 1 for a list of these institutions). In addition, Canada has the highest share of industry-financed research in the academic sector among the G7 countries, suggesting strong linkages between industry and universities.

The objective of this paper is to provide a statistical overview of Canadian universities' R&D activities and commercialization undertakings for the consideration of the Expert Panel on the Commercialization of University Research.

decisions regarding Commercialization. University-managed Commercialization When an Inventor wishes to have Commercialization of PIP undertaken by the University, the Vice-President (Research) shall review the ROI and decide whether to accept the responsibility for Commercialization.

Reversion to Inventor. In /, Canada spent about CAN$ billion on research and development in the higher education sector, which is about one-third of total R&D activities in Canada.

Universities Canada’s submission to the Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development’s consultation on Canada’s new IP strategy. July University research and development is a major driver of Canadian innovation and economic growth.

Canada’s universities conduct 41 per cent of Canada’s R&D. It is estimated that postsecondary institutions produce over. A clearly defined intellectual property policy protects researchers, drives discovery and encourages further research in various fields.

Western University's WORLDiscoveries®, one of Canada’s leading commercialization centres, oversees our intellectual property policy, which is built on the principle that intellectual property is creator owned.

Source: NSERC General Intellectual Property Considerations and Guidelines for Collaboration Inventors (faculty, staff, students) have the option of assigning right, title, and interest in their IP to UNB, in exchange for access to funding, IP protection, commercialization assistance, the drafting and monitoring of agreements, and a share of commercialization proceeds.

Legal & Intellectual Property (IP) works closely with both the Core and Institutional Programs teams, as well as the Office of the Vice-President (Research), General Counsel, Deans, faculty and Innovate Calgary (formerly University Technologies International).

The team provides advice on the legal and business aspects of sponsored research and assists researchers in understanding options for. Subd. Copyright. With the exception of the commercialization of intellectual property rights in software owned by the University, this policy shall not apply to the ownership or use of copyrighted works that are governed by other Board of Regents (Board) or administrative policies.

Size: KB. Commercialization begins when research yields a useful, unique product or process that someone familiar with the field could use, make and/or sell.

You are encouraged to contact the Innovations & Partnerships Office (IPO) early in the disclosure and commercialization process to ensure intellectual property and commercial rights are protected. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gu, Wulong, University research and the commercialization of intellectual property in Canada.

[Ottawa]: Industry Canada, TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND EFFECTIVE UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS The Experience of China, India, Japan, Philippines, the Republic of Korea, Singapore and Thailand For more information contact the World Intellectual Property Organization Address: 34, chemin des Colombettes P.O.

Box 18 CH Geneva 20 Switzerland Telephone. University or Personally Led Commercialization. Once a producer has disclosed their intellectual property to Trent, they must decide whether or not they wish to commercialize the good themselves, or to allow Trent to assist them with the process.

This requires the producer to define what the "end game" for their intellectual property is, and how many resources they are willing to put towards this goal. Commercialization of university technology involves economic utilization of Intellectual Property (IP) and Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) (Rasmussen et al., ).

The U.S. example has been particularly influential, concerning with unclear rules and low commercialization rate led to the passage of the Bayh-Dole Act, a.

Academic creators of intellectual property at UOIT have the option of offering their intellectual property to the university for commercialization (described in the IP policy). If IP is offered to the university, the ORS will investigate the commercial potential of the technology, which has nothing to do with the value of the research.

The recent increase in the rate of commercialization of intellectual property at US and European universities has important performance and policy implications. Technology Transfer and Commercialization Strategy master and doctoral degree programs, as well as the knowledge and intellectual property generated through its core research programs.

“Memorial University will be one of the most distinguished public universities in Canada and beyond, and will fulfill its special obligation to the. Considerations for a national intellectual property strategy in Canada July 1 The Conference Board of Canada, The Economic Impact of Post-Secondary Education in Canada, 2 Statistics Canada, Gross Domestic Expenditures on Research and Development in Canada, Introduction.

The increasing push to commercialize university research has emerged as a significant science policy challenge. While the socio-economic benefits of increased and rapid research commercialization are often emphasized in policy statements and discussions, there is less mention or discussion of potential risks.

In this paper, we highlight such potential risks and call for a more. The WIPO Academy provides face-to-face training and distance learning courses on intellectual property in partnership with over 50 institutions worldwide, including universities, IP Offices, international organizations and other government entities.

Apart from university students and teachers of IP, the WIPO Academy’s rich portfolio of general and specialized courses caters to other diverse. Read - Summary: Joint Statistics Canada - University of Windsor workshop on intellectual property commercialization indicators, Windsor: Gault, Fred, McDaniel, Susan - desLibris.

Commercialisation of university intellectual property Research into issues around the commercialisation of university intellectual property (IP). Published 12 April But intellectual property is a rare asset, shaped by knowledge, the market and the rules of economics.

Moreover, the process of transforming knowledge into intellectual property and then to a good or service is highly complex. Indeed, in many cases the process of research commercialisation is as creative and as complex as research Size: KB.