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Date:5/26/2011

d Commercialization of Academic Research Findings 25

4.2.1 Advantages of an Entrepreneurial Atmosphere in an Academic Environment 25

4.2.2 Cultural and Structural Enablers of Commercialization in Academic Institutions 26

4.3 Commercial Considerations: Technology Transfer between Industry and Academia 27

4.3.1 Industry Advantages and Benefits Associated with Technology Transfer with Academia 27

4.3.2 Industry Challenges and Issues Associated with Technology Transfer with Academia 29

4.4 Commercial Considerations in Technology Transfer: Industry and Industry 31

4.4.1 Industry Advantages and Benefits Associated with Technology Transfer between Companies 31

4.4.2 Industry Challenges and Issues with Technology Transfer between Companies 32

4.5 Case Studies 33

4.5.1 Case Study 1: The Emergence of RNA interference (RNAi) as a Major New Business Opportunity 33

4.5.2 Case Study 2: Gaining Competitive Advantage through the Transfer of Technology 34

4.5.3 Case Study 3: Maximizing Return on Investment by Reducing Time to Market and Development Risk 35

5 Intellectual Property Management Strategies 37

5.1 Overview of Intellectual Property Protection and Technology Transfer 37

5.2 Intellectual Property Rights Challenges and Issues 37

5.2.1 Technology Transfer and Issues of Intellectual Property Rights Protection 37

5.2.2 Patenting of Research Tools May Discourage Beneficial Research 39

5.2.3 Publication Delays and Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) Requirements May Impair the Openness of the University Research Environment 39

5.3 Intellectual Property Protection Strategies 40

5.3.1 Introduction 40

5.3.2 Identification of the Organization's Commercial Goals and Objectives 40

5.3.3 Identification of the Company's IP Rights and the Competitive IP Landscape 40

5.3.4 Alignment of the Company's IP Rights and Business Objectives 41'/>"/>

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