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Industry-University Cooperation Team, selected to IP Business Support Project

  • 14.08.01 / 박차현
Industry-University Cooperation Team of Kookmin University (manager: Chae-seong Yi, Do-hyeon Kim / members: Yeong-jin Park, Jun-gyeong Seo, Yeong-oh Yi, Gwan-baek Yi, So-hyeon Ahn) was selected to the Invention Interview IP Business Support Project that is hosted by the Korean Intellectual Property Office and executed by the Korea Intellectual Property Strategy Institute.

The Invention Interview IP Business Support Project is a business promoted by government for the acceleration of technology commercialization through the support in business consulting and overseas right after discovering promising technologies possessed in universities and public institutions (research institutes) in terms of technical competence, right, and marketability. Being supported by the Korea Intellectual Property Strategy Institute, Kookmin University discovered a total of 50 cases of promising patent technologies in 2014 through lab tour and consulting with IP expert groups and it plans to carry out technology transfer and commercialization by screening five promising patent technologies for 2015.

Industry-University Cooperation Team, selected to IP Business Support Project

Industry-University Cooperation Team of Kookmin University (manager: Chae-seong Yi, Do-hyeon Kim / members: Yeong-jin Park, Jun-gyeong Seo, Yeong-oh Yi, Gwan-baek Yi, So-hyeon Ahn) was selected to the Invention Interview IP Business Support Project that is hosted by the Korean Intellectual Property Office and executed by the Korea Intellectual Property Strategy Institute.

The Invention Interview IP Business Support Project is a business promoted by government for the acceleration of technology commercialization through the support in business consulting and overseas right after discovering promising technologies possessed in universities and public institutions (research institutes) in terms of technical competence, right, and marketability. Being supported by the Korea Intellectual Property Strategy Institute, Kookmin University discovered a total of 50 cases of promising patent technologies in 2014 through lab tour and consulting with IP expert groups and it plans to carry out technology transfer and commercialization by screening five promising patent technologies for 2015.
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