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Professor Graham Richards has worked with spin-out companies since 1988, when he was involved in founding the University of Oxford's technology transfer company, Isis Innovation Ltd, which he went on to be a director of for 20 years. Professor Richards founded his own spin-out company, Oxford Molecular Ltd, in 1989 and was heavily involved with running this company for 11 years, until it was sold ... Read more on Graham Richards
"An excellent overview...In a word, this book is useful." - Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice
University Intellectual Property: a Source of Finance and Impact, edited by Graham Richards, is a recent publication from Harriman House. Available both in paperback and e-book format, it ...Read more
University of Oxford
Universities are increasingly looking to exploit the intellectual property created by their researchers both to meet the expectations of governments and to search for new sources of income. In this ...Read more
IP Draughts has received a review copy of a new book entitled University Intellectual Property: A Source of Finance and Impact.
It is a short, multi-author handbook (149 pages) written by a team of ...
Intellectual Property Quarterly
University Intellectual Property: A Source of Finance and Impact, by Graham Richards, (Hampshire: Harriman House Ltd, 2012), 162pp., £30.
This is a timely publication on the utilisation of ...
Among the many texts that have been published recently on the topic of intellectual property exploitation, this books stands out for its focus on innovations developed within universities. Graham ...Read more
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice
In University IP: A Source of Finance and Impact, Graham Richards, the former chair of the Chemistry Department at Oxford University with experience with 50 companies that were developed using ...Read more
Oxford Biotech Roundtable
There are many issues that an academic in today?s economic climate faces. With the impact of one?s research findings under intense scrutiny and the difficulties securing sufficient financial support ...Read more
A former head of Oxford chemistry, Richards deals directly with the issues around commercialising publicly funded research. Brilliantly lucid, it deserves a very wide audience.Read more