What do R&D teams want to see in a technology disclosure?
On the 14th of May 2020, we launched the first webinar in a new series in which Dan from our university liaison team shared insights into what R&D teams look for in a technology disclosure and best practices for clear communication.
Taking a look at some data from our platform, in this webinar Dan aims to provide some insights into what and how you need to community to ensure that your technology disclosures get the time they deserve from R&D professionals.
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To help get discoveries and breakthroughs out of the lab and onto the market, we’ve simplified the initial connection between academia and industry through two solutions:
IN-PART, a digital partnering platform for university-industry collaboration.
250+ universities and research institutes around the world currently showcase their research and innovation on IN-PART to find new collaboration partners in industry. R&D teams get free access to the platform (create an account here). There are no hidden costs and we don’t claim downstream fees.
Discover, a bespoke scouting service for open innovation.
Through Discover, corporate R&D teams can leverage our extended academic network, which reaches multiple teams across 1,200+ universities and research institutes worldwide. In response to a specific research requirement or challenge, Discover enables R&D teams to identify new opportunities for commercialisation or to solicit proposals for new research.
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