Dear researchers, technology transfer officers and other interested people
We are delighted to invite you to a seminar designed to share Oxford University’s experience of commercialising new technologies and innovations. The seminars will be delivered by Isis Enterprise, a sub-organisation of Isis Innovation, the research and technology commercialisation company of the University of Oxford.
Each workshop will cover
- the approach to technology transfer at the University of Oxford
- developing relationships with academic staff and businesses
- how to market innovation
- an introduction to licensing and licensing agreements
- creating value through spin-outs
- Isis Enterprise case studies examples of successful technology commercialization
Training dates and locations
- 11 April 2016 at K ZhubanovAktube Regional State University
- 13 April 2016 at Buketov Karaganda State University
- 14 April 2016 at Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty
- 15 April 2016 at the Kazakh British Technical University, Almaty
Applications to take part in the training should be sent according to the training session you would like to attend
Almaty, Al-FarabiKazNU, 14 April [email protected]. Application deadline 12 April 2016
Almaty, KBTU, 15 April [email protected]. Application deadline 13 April 2016
You can download the application form from our website httpswww.britishcouncil.kznewton-al-farabiprofessional-developmentcentres
Please do share this information among colleagues and others who may be interested in attending.If you have questions please contact mailto [email protected].
With best wishes,The Newton – Al-Farabi Partnership Programme Team
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