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MPs to investigate intellectual property management

The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee is to hold its first evidence session on managing intellectual property and technology transfer on 2 November.

The session will focus on the role of technology transfer offices in commercialising intellectual property, best practice, and funding for commercialisation, according to an announcement issued on 27 October.

Witnesses will include representatives from PraxisUnico, a national professional association focused on technology transfer, and the National Centre for Universities and Business, a not-for-profit membership organisation that supports university-business collaboration. It will also include the directors of several university technology transfer offices.

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