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.
The European Commission is inviting stakeholders to provide their input on a draft Code of practice on industry-academia co-creation for knowledge valorisation and a draft Code of practice on citizens’ engagement for knowledge valorisation. All interested stakeholders are invited to voice their opinion and fill in the surveys until 20 October 2023.
The two draft codes of practice follow from the Council Recommendation on the guiding principles for knowledge valorisation to provide more concrete and detailed guidance on industry-academia co-creation and citizen engagement to improve knowledge valorisation. The Commission aims to collect further input to the finalisation of the two codes of practice that shall be instrumental to raise awareness and guide research and innovation actors in implementing good practices for effective knowledge valorisation.
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The HTB clinic @ CIP FORUM 2023 is now open for enrollment!
The current clinic is open for virtual 1-on-1 mentoring sessions from Oct. 9-13 with top IP-business experts. Please use this link to enroll: https://mentoring.cip-net.com/htb-clinic/mentees/application.
The High-growth technology business (HTB) clinics are a collaboration between the EPO and CIP to help bridge the gap between business and IP strategy. They offer business decision-makers and IP professionals a platform to discuss IP-related matters and seek advice from experts. The clinics emphasize the significance of effective IP strategy and management in leveraging intellectual assets for business growth.
More information on the HTB clinic is available here: https://mentoring.cip-net.com/htb-clinic.
We are honored to have Ericsson and PRV as co-hosts of CIP FORUM 2023 in Stockholm on October 2-4. Our chairpersons, Christina Petersson and Peter Strömbäck, will kick-off the event on Oct. 2nd, which will focus on Connectivity in relation to the megatrends of digitalization, globalization, diversification, and sustainability. More information on the event is available on our website. The event is in-person and invitation-only, so if you’re interested in attending, please contact us to inquire about availability and potential discounts.
CIP is proud to collaborate with IDII on this upcoming event – Increasing Diversity in Innovation 2nd Annual Conference. It will take place at the USPTO in Washington DC on August 1st.
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We are pleased to announce that Bowman Heiden’s recent paper on The Economic Impact of Patent Holdout, that he co-authored with Justus Baron, is now available on SSRN.
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Cheers to 2000 followers on Linkedin, and more to come…
This is a great milestone for us to celebrate. We all know what a great tool this platform is for business and for sharing of ideas, so a big THANK YOU goes out to everyone who follows us and likes our posts!
Upcoming online events.
For more information and registration, please go to epo.org/business-forum
Industry 4.0: Formal and tacit manufacturing knowledge in technology transfer and intellectual property
This panel will explore formal and tacit knowledge in technology transfer, manufacturing, and industry 4.0. In a period of increasing trade barriers, can technology transfer benefit both sending and recipient nations? What insights do we gain from history for the present situation, and how should policymakers respond to rapid technology change? What implications does industry 4.0 have for the IP system internationally?
In collaboration with George Mason University and Arizona State University.
The sixth annual Intellectual Property Awareness Summit® (IPAS 2023) will be held on May 2nd in Boston, in conjunction with Northeastern University’s Center for Research Innovation (CRI).
IPAS is a gathering of IP owners, creators, educators, lawyers, organizations and investors, all with a common goal – to explore ways to make the benefits of IP rights, and the issues surrounding them, more apparent to people and society.
· The complimentary virtual registration code for IPAS 2023 on May 2nd for educators and others is VGENL2023.
To register and to find out more, please click here.
C-IP2 has an upcoming conference, “Culture & IP: Analogs to IP Around the World,” which will be held virtually via Zoom on Thursday, April 27, and Friday, April 28.
Cultures influence the development of Intellectual Property systems, and Intellectual Property systems influence how cultures develop. This conference will focus on that interplay through the lens of analogs to Intellectual Property in various cultures. This conference brings together scholars from around the globe to discuss how and whether Intellectual Property systems and their analogs co-exist, influence, and inform each other.
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