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    Institute of Genomics & Integrative Biology (CSIR),

    Delhi

    Dr.RekhaChaturvedi

    Head,IPRCell

    Patenting,Innovation &

    Technology Transfer : TheCSIR Experience

    Publicallyfundedpatentsandtechnologytransfer:AreviewoftheIndianBayh-

    Dolebill.

    National University ofJuridical Sciences, Kolkata

    12th September 2009

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    Patenting,

    Innovation &Technology Transfer : The CSIRExperience CSIR, The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, is an autonomous

    Govt body under the Ministry of Science and Technology with the mission:

    To provide scientific industrial research & development that maximizes the economic,environmental and societal benefits for the people of India.

    CSIR is comprised of 38 constituent laboratories pursuing R&D in varioussectors ranging from aviation, leather, chemical, life science, healthcare,engineering to physical science.

    CSIR is largest patent holder organization from India. CSIR has forged over 300 contract R&D licensing agreements. 4600 scientists are currently employed with CSIR. CSIR is one of the largest public funded R&D organizations.

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    Innovation and patenting: Important for

    technological and eventual economic growth

    Intellectual

    property

    commercial

    returns

    Technology

    transfer

    viable product

    or processpublic

    use

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    Patenting,Innovation &Technology Transfer : The CSIR

    Experience

    CSIRisaninnovationdriven,patentsavvyandclientorientedorganizationactivelyinvolvedingenerationofknowledgeand

    technologies,developmentofproductorprocessandalsoitstransitiontothemarketplace.

    CSIRhasextensiveresourcebase,corecompetencethatcutsacrosstheentirespectrumofsciencewithinnovativeandskilledmanpower,andcost-effectivesolutions.

    CSIRencouragessustainedandmeaningfulinteractionwithindustryleadingtodiffusionofS&Tinnovationtoitsactualusers.

    CSIRundertakessponsoredandcontractualresearchandcollaborateswithindustryforco-developmenttotranslatelaboratoryresearchtoproductsandprocessesfortheireventualcommercialization.

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    Patenting,Innovation &Technology Transfer : The CSIR

    Experience

    Hallmark of CSIR is innovation and patenting. CSIR has a vast patent portfolio with around 4000

    foreign and Indian issued and pending patents.

    CSIR partners with industry for joint development ofknow how.

    Several technologies have been commercialized whichhave benefited society and brought laurels to CSIR.

    The IP portfolio has attracted collaborations from worldrenowned research organizations.

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    Patenting,Innovation &Technology Transfer : The CSIR

    ExperienceCSIR IP Policy: CSIR encourages innovation, patenting andentrepreneurship:

    The scientists are given weightage for patenting during work review. On tech commercialization, the innovators and support staff get ashare of the money received. The title of the IP vests with CSIR. Technology led entrepreneurship development programs are conducted

    to inculcate entrepreneurship in young researchers.

    CSIR encourages entrepreneurship and provides funding to industryas easily repayable loan under New Millennium Indian TechnologyLeadership Initiative (NMITLI) for joint development of process/product with a CSIR laboratory.

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    IP Cell(screening

    analysisSearches

    Patent drafting)

    IPM Divisionof CSIR

    R&D generationCSIRLABS

    Innovation

    Patent Filingthrough IPMD

    of CSIR

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    Patenting,Innovation &Technology Transfer : The CSIR

    Experience

    Tech transfer options in CSIR range from IP licensing,joint ventures, sponsored research, contractual research,product or process co-development, consultancy andprovision of technical services etc.

    CSIR has developed standard agreements for materialtransfer, non-disclosure, confidentiality and jointdevelopment.

    CSIR partners with industry in private-public partnershipmode.

    CSIR is developing industrial interaction in the incubatormode.

    CSIR is implementing drug discovery programme in theopen source where industry is also participating.

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    Patenting,Innovation &Technology Transfer : The CSIR

    Experience

    Non exclusive licensing is preferred in CSIR.Exclusive licensing in limited instances for short

    durations.

    Joint IP for collaborative innovation / co-development.

    Technology costing is done by the labs as perCSIR guidelines.

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    Benefits public with new products

    Enhances competitiveness in

    the global economy

    Gives a possibility of creation of jobs

    Important for encouragement to

    researchers who can drawsatisfaction from getting the

    research results to reach the public

    Technology

    transfer

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    Research

    Public

    funding

    In house

    IP cellLab-CSIR

    Funds???

    PPP?

    New Venture

    requires

    fundingsupport(CSIR

    DBT

    DST)?

    Product

    Development/Service

    project

    Feasibility

    study

    Proof of

    concept

    Public fundedlab/CSIR Lab

    Product

    Development

    Company

    Tech-transfer modalities

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    Issues in tech transfer:

    Concerns for industry attitudes.(Reluctance of industry to opt for non-exclusive

    license)

    Infrastructure:(Industry need funds to develop adequate

    infrastructure).

    Modalities: Adequate frame work is required.Economic reasons

    (Funding : Govt agency)

    Patenting,Innovation &Technology Transfer : The CSIR

    Experience

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    Patenting,Innovation &Technology Transfer : The CSIR

    Experience

    CSIR has already taken lead for implementing majorprovisions suggested in the proposed Indian Bayh-Dolelike Patent Bill for publically funded research:

    For example:

    Promotion of culture of innovation. Creating awareness about IP. Encouragement of innovation in publicly funded R&D. Encourage IP protection in publicly funded R&D. The rights of the IP arising out of public funded research shall vest with the

    government.

    Encouragement of utilization of IP for publicly funded R&D. A part of the income arising out of the public funded IP shall be shared with

    the creator of the IP.

    Attract project funding through patent portfolio. Providing access to innovations for industry. Promote collaboration with industry and non-government organizations.

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    Patenting,Innovation &Technology Transfer : The CSIR

    Experience

    Thank

    you