RUSSIAN HIGHER SCHOOLS RECEIVE TEACHING MATERIALS SET FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COMMECIALIZATION

Teaching materials set (TMS). This is a new although not that eye-catching but scientifically bona fide titled operation guide on putting intellectual property into a commercial product worked out by the Russian National Scientific Research Institute of Intellectual Property.
 This electronic edition is basically intended for higher educational institutions in Russia which in existing innovative conditions more often than others face the necessity correctly — and legally! — form and commercialize non-material assets in higher schools. Intellectual property as a matter of priority but not limited to.

 These recommendations are collected in five volume-disks which foster modern approaches, techniques and technologies concerning identification, management, protection and commercialization of intellectual property.

 The first volume of this electronic edition is based on methodological recommendations on carrying out inventory of results of intellectual activities and registration of these results. In the disk organization and inventory theory and practice accumulated for the last decade are colligated.

 The second volume is devoted to distribution and assignment of intellectual rights, including securing rights protection for secret processes (know-how), and methods of transformation into a copyright in accordance with the requirements of part four of the RF Civil Code.

 In the third volume of the disk one of the most complicated questions is reviewed- resolution of the problem of maintaining balance of convenience of the customer, the performer and the author of the employment-related intellectual activity. This issue is most «delicious», and at the same time most complex — to define conditions, volume and terms of payment of remuneration and compensation to the author for creation and use of the intellectual activity results. After all, the innovative motivation depends directly on it as far as materialization of new knowledge in innovative technologies and products is concerned.
 In the fourth disk volume copyright commercialization issues are touched upon. Especially, their compatibility with the Russian economic practice. And first of all — in higher schools. However, anybody can find the information useful as global factors and economic situation in Russia, as well as specifics of the Russian legislation and organizational forms of government bodies are of similar influence on economic agents.

 And, at last, the fifth disk volume presents legal basis of copyright infringement prevention. Now that Russia is going on to the innovative economy which key assets are intellectual property rights copyright protection is becoming a matter of particular relevance.

 In corresponding supplements there are given sample forms for drawing and commercialization of non-material assets.

 So, as a matter of fact, NSRIIP has accomplished a ready-to-use set of documents to transform knowledge into intellectual property, and then in its turn — into a trade object in favor of higher schools, as well as scientists or teachers that create intellectual products there.

 It is not by chance that Russian higher educational institutions have shown keen interest in TMS. A number of state universities in the Ural region, Siberia and the Far East have already acquired these materials, and purchase agreements have been terminated with ten higher schools more in the least.
 Next in turn — a set of corresponding materials for scientific research institutes, industrial enterprises and industrial parks.

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