Allowing the innovators to mix various open iprs the

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alone. Allowing the innovators to mix various Open IPR’s the same way as a chef would do in mixing various ingredients, spices and cooking methods to create new dishes. Beyond opening up their IPR’s under open IPR models, these research organizations that have and produce new research based IPR, should focus to facilitate the real life (offline) and virtual (online) matchmaking between open IPR, entrepreneurial people, existing startups and other companies interested on building innovation from these IPR’s ­ similar than facilitating the matchmaking by startup incubators and accelerators between Startups <> Investors or between potential co­founders, but in this case between “IPR <> builders and doers”. Based on points covered, we could argue that if this is taken as a specific focus area, it would be possible to find a lot of new innovation potential and commercially viable IPR’s with new innovation potential, also beyond the new one being created all the time by all the research organizations around the world. Also as the research based IPR would be openly available, open innovation and crowdsourcing methods could also be applied to measure and rate the commercialization potential of different
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From Technology Transfer To Open IPR IPR by the public, other Universities etc. to help bring more visibility and raise the interest of the ones with most innovation potential. In addition the quality of the research could be measured (in addition to current methods) in parts by the research innovation potential, general interest towards the research, number of new innovation tracks the IPR have been used for and ultimately for the materialized innovation and real validated value creation for the society at large (jobs, economic growth and other positive impact factors), as the ones getting access to this IPR can be made obligated to report back on the success and failures, as part of the release terms. Use of qualification and commercialization terms Qualifications can be used to help target the direction of the innovation if needed or to to add general limitations for who have access depending on the underlying reasons behind the IPR. But the main target being to maximize interest and tracks instead of minimize, make slow progress or prevent from someone from getting access. So with qualification model, the focus is not who should have access, but only focusing to close out those who should not (misuse, international competition, fraudulent, criminal use etc.). Naturally there could be limitations set like; research IPR that is created in EU, commercial use allowed only by companies registered (or HQ) in EU, as an example. The commercialization terms, then focus more on things like if the innovation is successful at any level, who then can have rights to this iterated IPR and in what extent and in case success
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From Technology Transfer To Open IPR is measured in financial terms, what percentage of the financial returns of the IPR should return to source of the IPR (or others) and in what way.
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