ScanBalt IP Knowledge Network gets go-ahead!
The ScanBalt Intellectual Property Knowledge Network has now finalized negotiations with the EC and the contract was signed in the beginning of December. The project, a Specific Support Action in the FP6 LifeSciHealth framework, will be initiated March 1, 2005. The funding will cover a period of 2 years and entail the network structuring and competency development activities. Partners in the FP6 project are Center for Intellectual Property studies – Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg; Steinbeis Technology Transfer in Rostock; Institute of Law – Tartu University, Tallinn; and Centre of Innovation, Technology Transfer and University Development – Jagiellonian University, Cracow.
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Source: Frida Kasteng, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden