Shifts in university policies surrounding IP in industry-funded research mean expanded opportunities for CPI companies
A philosophical shift in the way universities treat intellectual property (IP) resulting from industry-sponsored research could mean substantial benefits to companies in the chemical process industries (CPI). Specifically, large research universities in the U.S. are adopting, developing or considering policies designed to streamline the process of establishing research agreements and to transfer ownership of the IP resulting from industry-funded research to the sponsor...
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