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#ProjectCollab2024 Starts in the South

As part of the new thrust of LES Philippines President Vida Panganiban-Alindogan’s to engage more state colleges and universities into licensing their intangible assets, she sent the Patent and Technology Licensing Committee to the University of Southern Mindanao in Kabacan, Cotabato Province last 16 April 2024 to talk on the topic of Setting Royalties, Licensing, and Negotiations. 



A participant from the Central Luzon State University listening in during the start of the licensing and negotiations workshop of DOST-PCAARRD’s Technology Commercialization Mentorship Series in University of Southern Mindanao, 16 April 2024 (photograph courtesy of SOXAARRDEC)

 

About 120 participants from seven Philippine regions attended the half-day talk organized by the SOCCSKSARGEN Agriculture, Aquatic, and Natural Resources Research and Development Consortium (SOXAARRDEC) under the Department of Science and Technology-Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic, and Natural Resources Research and Development (DOST-PCAARRD)’s Technology Commercialization Mentorship Series. The talk covered matters published in LES International’s License Your Valuable Assets Business Briefings 2020, with a focus on fixed royalties, running royalties, and different types of fees and their application in university technology transfer and government-funded R&D transactions within the regime of Republic Act No. 10055, otherwise known as the Technology Transfer Act of 2009.



Patent and Technology Licensing Committee’s Bay Loste explaining in detail Fixed Fees during DOST-PCAARRD’s Technology Commercialization Mentorship Series in University of Southern Mindanao, 16 April 2024 (photograph courtesy of SOXAARRDEC).

 

That same afternoon, the participants grouped themselves into two sets of negotiating panels while working on two hypothetical case studies concerning agriculture and aquatic-based technologies. A short exercise on negotiations ensued thereafter.

 

Among the SCUs and government agencies represented during the day-long talk and workshop include:

  • University of Southern Mindanao;

  • Isabela State University;

  • Batanes State College;

  • Quirino State University;

  • DA-Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Region 2;

  • Cagayan State University;

  • Pampanga State Agricultural University;

  • Department of Agriculture - Regional Field Office 3;

  • Central Luzon State University;

  • Philippine Rice Research Institute;

  • Philippine Center for Postharvest Development and Mechanization;

  • Bataan Peninsula State University;

  • Philippine Carabao Center;

  • President Ramon Magsaysay State University; Bulacan Agricultural State College;

  • Aurora State College of Technology;

  • Tarlac Agricultural University;

  • Holy Name University;

  • Bohol Island State University;

  • Cebu Institute Of Technology University;

  • Negros Oriental State University;

  • Western Mindanao State University;

  • Zamboanga State College of Marine Sciences and Technology;

  • Jose Rizal Memorial State University;

  • Philippine Rubber Research Institute;

  • J.H. Cerilles State College;

  • Central Mindanao University;

  • University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines;

  • Mindanao State University;

  • Cotabato State University;

  • Cotabato Foundation College of Science and Technology;

  • Caraga State University; and

  • North Eastern Mindanao State University.


 


Participants actively engaged during DOST-PCAARRD’s Technology Commercialization Mentorship Series in University of Southern Mindanao, 16 April 2024 (photograph courtesy of SOXAARRDEC).

LES Philippines President Vida Alindogan, head of SyCipLaw’s Intellectual Property Department, likewise sees extending the roadshow to more Philippine universities in the coming months.

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