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Environmental technologies in Poland

Environmental technologies in Poland

In 2013, the Ministry of Environment published an extensive report, concerning Polish market for environmental technologies, prepared by a team of researchers, headed by Krzysztof Klincewicz and including TiMO researchers Adrianna Jednoralska, Magdalena Marczewska, Marcin Darecki and Przemysław Wiśniewski. The researchers conducted in-depth interviews with 40 environmental technology providers – winners of 3 editions of … Continued

TEDx – academic copyrights

Krzysztof Klincewicz was invited to present at TEDx Warsaw conference, discussing the sometimes difficult relations between scientists and academic publishers. Business models of scientific publishing companies are struggling to come to terms with the emerging open access movement, and the academic community found it difficult to come to terms with the dramatic events following the … Continued

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Spin-off of the University of Warsaw

Spin-off of the University of Warsaw

University of Warsaw established its business arm UWRC Sp. z o.o., and appointed in November 2012 Krzysztof Klincewicz as the member of its management board. The reform of science and higher education from 2011 introduced the notion of special purpose companies, which are formed by universities to actively participate in the market for products, services … Continued

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Krzysztof Klincewicz – Intellectual Property Management at the University of Warsaw

Krzysztof Klincewicz – Intellectual Property Management at the University of Warsaw

The University of Warsaw introduced new by-laws governing the patenting of employee invention and technology transfer practices, and in March 2011, Krzysztof Klincewicz was appointed as the Rector’s Deputy in charge of Intellectual Property Management. His tasks include an oversight of technology patenting and commercialization practices of the University. This role is an opportunity to … Continued

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IPR protection in Poland – report for WIPO

IPR protection in Poland – report for WIPO

In 2010, World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) commissioned a research project to analyze the economic conditions for the development and protection of intellectual property in Poland. The study presented the economic developments and features of the national system of innovations in Poland, outlining specific challenges of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) protection with the focus on … Continued