Discussion on Intellectual property organized by the postdoc association

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simone.codeluppi

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Oct 13, 2013, 5:34:55 AM10/13/13
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Hi All

the postdoc association is organizing a seminar on intellectual property......can be interesting in order to understand what are our rights on data.....non from a patenting point of view but from a sharing prespective

Simone

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Dear fellow postdocs,


Friday 18 October at 10.00, we have organized a seminar on Intellectual Property Rights, together with Anna Frostegård: 

Beyond the stage: Academic Discoveries

Topics that will be discussed are: an overview of the field of academic inventions, development thereof and all related aspects, including that of intellectual property, which is different in Sweden: the teachers exemption rule. Here, your research is not ‘owned’ by your university, but it is owned by you; that is, if you are employed… So what happens when you are on a stipend? And is there a difference in ownership between you and your PI? And why should you actually worry about these ownership questions? Anna will tell us all about it! 

Please click on the link to sign up, so that we can supply enough coffee and tea. More details about the location will appear on our website asap.

https://websurvey.textalk.se/start.php?ID=64629&usr=user239&pwd=5816

See you soon,

The Postdoc Association

PS We added information on our website regarding the percentiles of postdoc wages (as presented by SULF); unfortunately, we have not received any local 'guidelines' for postdoc salaries yet, but we will add those if we get them.

Egon Willighagen

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Oct 20, 2013, 8:44:51 AM10/20/13
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Simone,

How was the meeting? Is there a transcript online? Slides perhaps?

Egon

simone codeluppi

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Oct 21, 2013, 4:09:17 PM10/21/13
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Hi Egon
the meeting was interesting. I asked for the slides but I didn't get any answer yet. 
Even though the talk was mainly focused on patenting the discussion was focused on the definition of 'inventor' and how to define who is the  'owner' of the data. As you probably know if you are working at Karolinska Institutet, if you make a discovery you own it and you are considered the inventor. However the said part is that the speaker thinks that this will soon change and Karolinska will use the same policy that is used in many other university all over the world where the discovery is 'universty properties'.
I will post the slides as soon as I will get them!!
Simone


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Egon Willighagen

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Oct 22, 2013, 1:22:47 AM10/22/13
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On Mon, Oct 21, 2013 at 10:09 PM, simone codeluppi
<simone.c...@gmail.com> wrote:
> However the said part is that the speaker thinks that this will
> soon change and Karolinska will use the same policy that is used in many
> other university all over the world where the discovery is 'universty
> properties'.

Ouch, that would be bad.

> I will post the slides as soon as I will get them!!

Appreciated!

Egon


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