Assignment and licensing of research results/outputs, intellectual property for developing the science and technology enterprises as the model of spinoff/spinout in the research and training institutes in Vietnam
Keywords:Intellectual property, Research results, Spinoff/spinout
Establishing favorable mechanisms to promote the assignment and licensing of research results, intellectual property, for developing the science and technology enterprises as the model of spinoff/spinout in the research and training institutes is a popular model in the world. This article has analyzed international experiences on the development of spinoff/spinout models and relevant legal regulations. On that basis, some suggestions to complete the current legal frameworks and conduct regulatory sandboxes for commercialization of research results and intellectual property and in Vietnam are proposed.
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