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Tag Archives: government engagement

4/29/22

Project Survey | Joint Solicitations: Industry Participation in Government Investments in Academic Research

Companies and universities have a longstanding history of working collaboratively on precompetitive research, and there are various mechanisms for companies and universities to partner. In many countries, government plays an active role in catalyzing these activities by directly or indirectly funding university-industry research efforts. With increased interest in solving large-scale, global challenges, there is a strong […]

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UIDP Webinar | Resolving U.S. COVID-19 Vaccine Diplomacy: The Shot Heard ‘Round the World

Former USPTO Director Andrei Iancu discusses alternatives to eliminating IP protections around COVID-19 technology and a combination of logistical, regulatory, and infrastructure obstacles.

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3/15/21

U.S. Federal Research Funding Inches Up

As the world emerges from the pandemic, we’re seeing greater recognition of the role of governments to invest in the research that will help us address future challenges. An article analyzing a U.S. federal research budget bill passed in December highlights $165 billion in total R&D funding for 2021—an increase of 1% over 2020. A […]

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7/1/20

New Report from OSTP-UIDP Symposium: Broadening University and Industry Engagement

On December 3, 2019, the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) and UIDP hosted the Broadening University and Industry Engagement symposium at Stanford University. The symposium brought together more than 90 leaders and experts from the private sector, academia, and federal, state, and local governments to identify opportunities to broaden and strengthen cross-sector engagement […]

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