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Dr. gert vilhelm balling

  1. 1. Academia and Industry: Finding the Balance; Danish TT and spin-outs based on public research results
  2. 2. PRO landscape 17 PROs – 13 with IP activities: - 8 Universities – 7 with IP - 5 Regional Hospitals – 4 with IP - 4 Gvt. Research Inst. – 2 with IP
  3. 3. Research commercialisation Key figures 2010 328 Invention disclosures 122 Patent applications 103 LOAs 11 spinouts
  4. 4. Direct and Indirect measures fromcentral administration since 2000Direct: Indirect• IP Ownership regime • Increased investment in research base• Refund of universitypatenting costs • University management reform’• Development of Improved • Reform of institutionaltechnology transferstructures exploitation structure of university• Proof of Concept Funding IP • University performance contracts• Training of technologytransfer officers • Individual appraisal and reward systems• Guidelines and model IPR-contracts • Support for universty spin outs• Annual commercialisationsurvey • IP training for students
  5. 5. Licensing and spinouts 2000-2010
  6. 6. TTO staff educational profile 2006-2010 FT E s70,0 9,5 10,360,0 9,0 8,0 8,4 17,950,0 10,3 19,2 10,940,0 15,4 9,3 13,3 18,2 20,230,0 13,720,0 28,0 26,6 16,7 19,4 20,310,0 0,0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Lawyer Business Science Other
  7. 7. KTO Staff 2008. Other (Proton Europe) EU DK Italy Spain countries No. of % of No. of % of No. % of No. of % of No. of % of KTOs KTOs KTOs KTOs of KTOs KTOs KTOs KTOs KTOs KTOs0-1 9 6.5% 5 38.5% 3 6.4% 1 1.6% 0 0.%1-2 25 18.1% 1 7.7% 17 36.2% 5 7.9% 2 13.3%2-3 14 10.1% 1 7.7% 8 17.% 4 6.3% 1 6.7%3-4 16 11.6% 2 15.4% 10 21.3% 3 4.8% 1 6.7%4-5 12 8.7% 0 0.% 3 6.4% 6 9.5% 3 20.%5-6 4 2.9% 0 0.% 1 2.1% 3 4.8% 0 0.%6-8 14 10.1% 2 15.4% 2 4.3% 8 12.7% 2 13.3%8-10 9 6.5% 1 7.7% 2 4.3% 5 7.9% 1 6.7%10-15 14 10.1% 1 7.7% 1 2.1% 12 19.% 0 0.%15-20 7 5.1% 0 0.% 0 0.% 6 9.5% 1 6.7%20-30 6 4.3% 0 0.% 0 0.% 4 6.3% 2 13.3%> 30 8 5.8% 0 0.% 0 0.% 6 9.5% 2 13.3%Total number of KTOs 138 100.% 13 100.% 47 100.% 63 100.% 15 100.%Total FTEs 1,335.0 54.2 179.9 811.2 289.8Average FTEs per KTOs 9.7 4.2 3.8 12.9 19.3
  8. 8. Goal & ressources of Copenhagen Spin-outs Overall goal: To increase the exploitation of research results and thereby increase the number of sustainable biotech companies through an intensified collaboration between key players Specific goal: To deliver 21 sustainable biotech spin-outs by end of 2014 (double up the national output) [month 10: 21 projects in development phase] Budget: 5,4 Mill EUR [EU Regional fund (2,7 Mill EUR), Growth Forum (1,1 Mill EUR), Partners (1,6 Mill EUR)]
  9. 9. The partner group consists of all TT players, from initial idea to spin-out Research institutions: University of Research parks: Copenhagen Copenhagen Bio Science Capital Region’s Park (COBIS) hospitals Scion DTU Technical University of Symbion DenmarkBranch organisations: Seed Funds:Danish Biotech (Investor 2)The Danish Associationof the Pharmaceutical NOVO SEEDsIndustry (LIF) SEED Capital Innovation incubators (Investor 1): Mentors: CAT Innovation Volunteer mentors with DTU Symbion Innovation high spin-out competences from the Biotech industry
  10. 10. Phase 2 Securement of IP rights Assembly of team Courses, ‘clinics’ (Accelerace) Establishment of local mini Proof of Concept program Preparation of Business PlanEvaluation phase Commercialisation phase 0-2 mdr 2-30 mdr Mentors from TTO Project Researchers Tech Scout Investors industry Pilot Research 10 Parks
  11. 11. 5 Points in Academia-Industry collaboration adressed by CSO• Change of mindset among scientists – Introduce and support entrepreneurship culture• Secure resources at the TTO for spin-outs – Hire people enough with proper qualifications, long term basis.• Earlier involvement of industry via collaboration – Early involvement, but with a clear and transparent policy• Setting the team and picking the roles in the Spin-out – competences, driving factors, expectations• Keep the pace up and the bureaucracy down – Momentum is important as well as diminishing unnecessary administration
  12. 12. Thank you for listening www.copenhagenspin-outs.dkProject managerGert Vilhelm Ballinggert.balling@adm.ku.dk

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