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PraxisUnico exists to promote and enable best practice in knowledge exchange and research commercialisation

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We are a world-leading national professional association for public sector knowledge exchange and commercialisation practitioners.

Our members work in knowledge exchange and commercialisation (KEC) in universities, research councils, Catapults and other public sector research establishments to translate research outcomes into social and economic impact.

We develop knowledge exchange and technology transfer professionals with our world-leading training; connect members and stakeholders at our events and promote best practice for our sector, facilitating interactions between the public sector research base, business and government.

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Save the date: Conference 2016, June 15-17, Stratford Upon Avon



Latest News

26 Nov 2015
Protect the UK’s global excellence in KEC
26 Nov 2015
The Institute for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering (AME), a result of the collaboration between University of Coventry and Unipart, was chosen as the venue for a momentous...
26 Nov 2015
It was announced an their annual investment evening in London by UBI Global

Recent Activity

New event: SME workshop "Working effectively with Universities"

This free one-day workshop on 1 March is supported by HEFCE and is ideal for R&D managers in SMEs who want to understand how partnering effectively with the UK's world-leading academic research institutions can achieve improved business results

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Upcoming Events

Training - 09 Dec - 11 Dec

Technology transfer offices (TTO) increasingly receive disclosures of software from researchers and students beyond computing sciences. This course is for specialist TTO staff with little relevant experience of information technology who wish to...

Training - 26 Jan - 28 Jan

This residential course focuses on licensing, the process that starts when we file a patent and finishes once we have signed the deal. It is much easier to apply for a patent than it is to find a licensee, and this is why we license only 20% of...