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LIMITED EDITION WORMIN’ UP Netval and its role in exploiting research results in Italy
NetVal © 2 / 20 UNCHAIN Project – Milan, July 2010 LIMITED EDITION Netval general objectives are: -in the short term: to protect and exploit research results (education, dissemination, patenting, licensing) - in the medium term: to improve the link between universities and industries (networking, managing research and know how contract tools) -in the long term: to generate new products and companies from academia (spin-off, infrastructures, money) Netval mission is to be the “university interface” for Ministries and local administrations, industrial associations and industries, venture capitalists and financial bodies to promote the role of university research in the innovation processes. Netval is the Italian association for the exploitation of the university research. It has been founded in 2002 and became an association in 2007. Netval mission
NetVal © 3 / 20 UNCHAIN Project – Milan, July 2010 LIMITED EDITION Netval particular objectives to connect the Italian portfolio of patents and spin-offs at European level to organize training sessions, seminars and workshops to raise awareness on IPR tools and TT best practices to link the “research world” with the “industrial world” promoting the technology transfer processes to stimulate the exchange of best practices, procedures, tools and contract models for the technology transfer processes to identify roles and needs of the university about patentability and exploitation of research results
NetVal © 4 / 20 UNCHAIN Project – Milan, July 2010 LIMITED EDITION Netval members (46) Politecnica delle Marche Università dell’Aquila Università di Bari Università di Bergamo Università di Bologna Libera Università di Bolzano Università di Brescia Università di Cagliari Università della Calabria Università di Camerino Università di Catania Università Magna Grecia Università di Ferrara Università di Foggia Università di Genova IMT Institute for Advanced Studies Università di Messina Politecnico di Milano Università Bocconi Università di Milano Università di Milano Bicocca Università di Modena e Reggio Università del Piemonte Orientale Università di Padova Università di Palermo Università di Pavia Università di Perugia Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa Scuola Superiore S. Anna Università di Pisa Università Mediterranea Università di Roma La Sapienza Università di Roma Tor Vergata Università del Salento Università di Salerno Università di Sassari Università di Siena Politecnico di Torino Università di Torino Università di Trento SISSA Università di Trieste Università di Udine Università Ca' Foscari Università di Verona Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - CNR
NetVal © 5 / 20 UNCHAIN Project – Milan, July 2010 LIMITED EDITION the context (from Netval Survey 2009) n° universities total (I)84 Netval 45 (53,6%) n° students total (I)1.776.999 Netval 1.279.440 (72%) n° researchers/professors total (I)62.768 Netval 47.264 (75,3%) n° university patents total (I) 1.949 Netval 1.867 (95,8%) n° university spin-off total (I)716 Netval 630 (88%)
NetVal © 6 / 20 UNCHAIN Project – Milan, July 2010 LIMITED EDITION March 2010 Netval annual report (March 2010) Exploitation of public research results grows: the challenge goes on. Sixth annual report on research exploitation in Italian universities
NetVal © 7 / 20 UNCHAIN Project – Milan, July 2010 LIMITED EDITION Netval annual report 2009 TTO establishing year
NetVal © 8 / 20 UNCHAIN Project – Milan, July 2010 LIMITED EDITION technology transfer policies Netval annual report 2009
NetVal © 9 / 20 UNCHAIN Project – Milan, July 2010 LIMITED EDITION full equivalent staffs working in TTO Netval annual report 2009
NetVal © 10 / 20 UNCHAIN Project – Milan, July 2010 LIMITED EDITION patent applications in 2008 Netval annual report 2009
NetVal © 11 / 20 UNCHAIN Project – Milan, July 2010 LIMITED EDITION brevetti presenti in portafoglio al 31 dicembre 2006 patent portfolio at 31th Dec 2008 (average number) Netval annual report 2009
NetVal © 12 / 20 UNCHAIN Project – Milan, July 2010 LIMITED EDITION spin-off and start-up companies portfolio at 31th Dec 2008 Netval annual report 2009
NetVal © 13 / 20 UNCHAIN Project – Milan, July 2010 LIMITED EDITION conclusions Innovation is development of new product/service/technology based on research. Public research is at the beginning of the innovation line, industry is at the end, a part of the path should be shared in partnership. The tools should be used in agreement. The different own missions and roles should be seen as opportunities rather than disadvantages. The efficiency strongly depends on the participation of all of the four actors.
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