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Transferring Technology from Bench to Bedside: Practices, Barriers, Policies

Abstract : The present report looks at the challenges and difficulties of moving knowledge and technology from "bench to bedside" and back again. In this report, we highlight the various kinds of challenges and issues raised by technology transfer - cultural, technical, legal, political, financial, structural, etc., including, for instance: the produceability/marketability of products; the need for IP-related policies; for early dialogues between researchers and industry; for trusted advisory groups and confidentiality agreements; for centres/forums/networks; for joint projects between academy and industry. This report highlights these issues by presenting and discussing data collected via several methods: expert interviews, a scientific workshop and a quantitative survey without seeking to provide a comprehensive view of all possible barriers to translation.
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Submitted on : Monday, March 5, 2012 - 6:05:56 PM
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  • HAL Id : hal-00676638, version 1


Morgan Meyer, Frank Glod. Transferring Technology from Bench to Bedside: Practices, Barriers, Policies. 2011. ⟨hal-00676638⟩



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