IP Pragmatics has been commissioned by the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) to carry out an evaluation of the impacts of the Lambert Toolkit – a set of decision tools and model agreements designed to improve collaboration between research establishments and business.
The IPO intends to use the outcomes of this evaluation to inform future policy development in relation to improving intellectual property deal-making and knowledge exchange. The findings of the research will be made publically available through the IPO.
As part of this work IP Pragmatics are undertaking a survey to seek your opinion. They would like to survey a good spread of companies of all sizes in a range of sectors, plus Universities, PSREs and other research organisations. IP Pragmatics are looking for opinions from both users and non-users of the toolkit, as well as those who have not come across the toolkit before. The survey should only take 15-20 minutes to complete and any responses provided will remain anonymous.
Please take the survey if you are involved with negotiation of research collaboration agreements.