Technology transfer is a general term used to describe the commercialisation of research and knowledge generated from the research base that includes universities and research institutions.
Many nations seek to engage in forced technology transfer, but no nation does it “better” or more than China. The IP considerations in any particular technology transfer deal with China will depend on the route selected to commercialise a new opportunity. This in turn will depend, amongst other things, on the technology, its level of market readiness, its ease of adoption, the extent of IP protection, the aspirations of the inventor or developer and the mission of the organization.
In this free webinar, China IPR SME Helpdesk expert Aaron Hurvitz will provide an introduction to Technology Transfer Agreements in China and will also give participants the opportunity to ask specific questions they may have. The presentation will last for 45 minutes followed by a 15 minutes Q&A session.
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