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AEIP training: Empowering Technology Transfer Organisations as key agents of innovation, Session 4: Managing agreement and conflict of interest in Technology Transfer

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AEIP training

On July 9th  2020, the fourth and last session of the AEIP training “Empowering Technology Transfer Organisations as key agents of innovation” took place. Central goal was to increase the ability to manage conflict of interest by learning the tools to organise and manage agreement. 

 

The following aspects were discussed:

-Overview of key agreements

-Key clauses to look out for in agreements

-Defining conflict  interest

-Managing conflict of interest

 

The session was led by Dr. Andrew Bailey, Senior Innovation Manager, University of Cape Town, South Africa

 

Online resources

During the training several useful resources were shared:

 

University and business collaboration agreements: Lambert Toolkit

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/university-and-business-collaboration-agreements-lambert-toolkit

 

On the AUTM (formerly known as Association of University Technology Managers) shares different tools to support Technology Transfer (incl. agreements)

https://autm.net/surveys-and-tools/tools

 

Standard templates for institutions

http://www.iphandbook.org/handbook/resources/

 

The slides of the training can be downloaded via the button here below.

If you want to watch the training, it is available on the AEIP YouTube channel