CIP builds, maintains and manages networks of international leaders and experts in the field of knowledge-based business from industry, academia and public actors. These networks supports and interacts to the furthest extent possible with all activities promoted, supported, coordinated or managed by the center and the CIP platform. CIP has an industry partner program with key actors such as Philips, Ericsson and Nestlé, collaborating on multiple levels of education and research activities.
IPR IS ABOUT BUILDING BRIDGES, NOT JUST WALLS
Here is a recent and interesting interview with our CIP advisory board member Roberto Castagno, based on his long experience working with intellectual property.
The head of IPR functions at Neste Oyj since 2020, Roberto Castagno speaks for collaboration at every level: universities and business, lawyers and engineers, economists and patent attorneys.
To read more, please click here.
This CIPHER Vision podcast episode features Bowman Heiden Co-Director CIP and visiting professor at University of California, Berkeley. He talks about the importance of an IP mindset through education.
Find out more about the interview here
A thoughtful and inspiring book on AI, digitization and Law (in Swedish).
Congratulations to CIP’s Merima Bruncevic, Christoffer Hermansson, Ulf Petrusson, Kristoffer Schollin, Gregor Noll (editor), Dr Matilda Arvidsson and, Jannice Käll – together with Mareike Persson, Erik Björling, Laila Brännström, Moa DE Lucia Dahlbeck, Markus Gunneflo, Kajsa Lindberg, Tormod Otter Johansen and, Elena Raviola.
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The latest paper on SEP licensing and the role of private versus public market interventions, by Bowman Heiden and Justus Baron, is now available on SSRN.
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The technology transfer case studies illustrate how patents facilitate technology transfer from R&D-conducting organisations and promote market success. The examples cover a range of economic sectors, countries and types of technology transfer. Each case study provides key takeaways for stakeholders in universities, other public research organisations and businesses. Overall, they demonstrate the importance of patents for technology transfer to start-ups, spin-offs and established companies.
A new weaving method using composite material was the basis for the foundation of Swedish start-up Oxeon. IP rights for the technology helped to attract private investment. Oxeon also benefitted from business support from the Chalmers University of Technology entrepreneurship centre. This combination of private ownership and public innovation support led to the commercialisation of innovative textiles in the sports, industrial and aerospace sectors and the licensing of the weaving technology.
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On June 23rd at the @Classical Liberal Institute @ NYU School of Law will hold a session to discuss the WTO IP Waiver together with Adam Mossoff, Sharon Sandeen, Joshua Sarnoff, Liya Palagashvili, and Bowman Heiden.
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Follow the High-growth technology business (HTB) initiative, designed for IP and business professionals, sharing expertise and best practices on IP commercialization.
Their mission is to support decision-makers in technology-driven enterprises by sharing how intellectual property can support their business. They focus on IP strategy, operational excellence, financing, and managing various strategic transactions, all underpinned by intellectual assets and best practices in IP management.
Join the Initiative to learn about upcoming events and get access to free training material.