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TRANSFER
OF
TECHNOLOGY
PRESENTED BYSHUBHAM RANAUT
MBA( 1st SEM)

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VIDEO

About Technology Transfer (1).mp4

CONTENTS
CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION

WAYS
WAYS TECHNOLOGY
TECHNOLOGY IS
IS TRANSFERRED
TRANSFERRED

TECHNOLOGY
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
TRANSFER AGENT
AGENT

TYPES
TYPES OF
OF TECHNOLOGY
TECHNOLOGY

CONSTITUENTS
CONSTITUENTS OF
OF TECHNOLOGY
TECHNOLOGY TRNSFER
TRNSFER

CONENTS
CONENTS OF
OF TECHNOLOGY
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
TRANSFER

FUNCTIONS
FUNCTIONS OF
OF TECHNOLOGY
TECHNOLOGY

FACTOR
FACTOR AFFECTING
AFFECTING TECHNOLOGY
TECHNOLOGY

TECHNOLOGY
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
TRANSFER CHECKLIST
CHECKLIST

EXAMPLES
EXAMPLES OF
OF TECHNOLOGY
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
TRANSFER

REFERENCES
REFERENCES
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
It is a process which is mainly concerned with the
transfer of technology from the research areas to
the Production and Quality Assurance
environment .

The Process by which existing knowledge ,


facilities or capabilities developed under R & D
funding are utilized to fulfill public and private
need.
Technology Transfer includes a range of
formal & informal cooperation between
technology developers and technology
seekers.
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Varied Roles
IDEA
Start-up
Firms
R&D
Firms

Research
Development

Universities
Research
Institutes

Production

Larger
Companies

Manufacturing
Distribution
MARKET

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Ways
WaysTechnology
TechnologyisisTransferred
Transferred

Consulting

Collaborative research
Patenting and licensing
Service and outreach (extension)
Spin-off companies

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Technology
TechnologyTransfer
TransferAgents
Agents
R&D Units
Universities
Public Research
Centers
Technology
Institutes
(institutions, labs
etc)

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Companies
Supplier of
technology
and R&D to third
parties
Spin-off, startups
Large R&D
department
Competitors,
suppliers
(technological
alliances)
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TYPES OF TECHNOLOGY
1) EMERGING TECHNOLOGYis an innovative
1) EMERGING TECHNOLOGYis an innovative
technology that currently is undergoing bench scale testing, in
technology that currently is undergoing bench scale testing, in
which a small version of the technology is tested in a
which a small version of the technology is tested in a
laboratory.
laboratory.
2) INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY- is a technology that
has been field tested and applied to a hazardous waste
problem at a site, but lack a long history of full-scale use.
3) ESTABLISHED TECHNOLOGY- is a technology for
which cost and performance information is readily only after
a technology has been used at many different sites and the
result fully documented is that technology considered.
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established.
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CONSTITUENTS OF TECHNOLOGY
TRANSFER PROCESS

Technology Transfer
Technology Promotion
Technology Deployment
Technology innovation
Technology Development
Technology Research
Technology Assessment

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Technology Information and


Communication
Technology Investment
Technology Collaboration
Technology
Commercialization

COMMERCIALI
ZATION

PRAMOTION

COLLABORATION

INNOVATION

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROCESS

INVESTMENT

INFORMATION &
COMMUNICATION
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RESEARCH &
DEVELOPMENT

ASSESSMENT
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CONTENT OF TECHNOLOGY
TRANSFER
Proper
Research

Peoples
Acceptance

Paper work
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P

Partnership

Pricing
Publicity

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Proper Research By proper research we mean firstly that in


which the result are reproducible and issues such as scale up,
stability etc and other practical now has been addressed, also that
in which problem were taken up in first place.

Proper work- This refer to institutional and guidelines regarding


IP Protection licensing modalities etc. which must be in place
beforehand. In the absence of these, decision get delayed, lack of
fairness in decision e.g. case of X institute, which came up with
good technology but since no guidance were there, kept running
around for two years and then gave up.

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Pricing most difficult and critical area of Transfer of


technology.
- Too high price can put off buyer, leaving the technology
unsold.
- Too price a result in revenue loss.
- There are basically two model regarding pricing
1) Price charged for a technology should depend upon
market force i.e. impact of the technology irrespective of
amount spent on developing it.
2) Price charged should include all expenses involved in
developing it.
Publicity It is important to identify and then approach
buyer i.e. adopt targeted Publicity and not blanket publicity.
Specific journal, website, letters to manufacturer, personal
selective visit etc. are some common approach which help in
locating buyer.
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Partnership this means working along with industry.


Industry takes it up, manufacturer and makes available to
society. Partnership are important to ensure your
technology is successfully adopted simply conveying the
details may not be sufficient.

Peoples Acceptance It is no use trying to develop a


technology which people will not accept e.g. due to religious
reason/social concern etc. genetically modified food,
irradiated vegetables processed beef in India, improved
capsule made of non-vegetarian material.

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LIST OF INSTITUTE IN INDIA ASSISSTING IN


TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

Asia pacific centre for Transfer of technology ( APCTT)

Technology Bureau for small enterprises ( TBSE)

National Research & Development corporation

Foundation for Innovation and Technology Transfer

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FUNCTION OF TECHNOLOGY
TRANSFER TEAM
1) Coordinate- Coordinating between technology users and
developer, between researcher and manufacturers is important
element of technology transfer.

2) Nurture- A main ingredient for moving technology from a


research laboratory to a new business enterprises successfully
in an environment that is supportive for entrepreneurship.

3) LINK- Cataloging resources related to business enterprises &


connecting would be entrepreneurship / researcher and other
technology developers to outside group & organization which
can help in the process of starting new product, companies etc.
such linkage provide referrals for individual business
counseling, sources of financing.
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FACTOR AFFECTING TECHNOLOGY


TRANSFER

TIPS Method ( Technology implementation


Potential for Success)
Communication Factor TIPS
Financial Factor TIPS
External Factor TIPS
Human Factor TIPS
Corporate Factor TIPS
Technology Factor TIPS
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TECNOLOGY TRANSFER
CHECKLIST
Production master formula
Manufacturing instruction
Dispensing instruction
Analytical methods
Previous process validation
Stability reports
Exicipient specification and source
Active specification and source
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Primary packaging material specification and


source

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Packaging instruction
Customer complaints
Process deviation file
Analytical deviation file
Reject /Rework file
Specimen manufacturing batch record
Specimen Cartons, Labels, Leaflets

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EXAMPLES OF TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER


EXAMPLES OF TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
# Chinese company offer
technology for the production
of L- Phenyl alanine by the
enzyme method.

CHINA
L Phenyl alanine
By enzyme method
(Ref : APC 4041 TOF)

Area of Application
# Food industry

Advantage
Low input

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Advanced process
No environmental contamination
Clear production
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Stage of development
commercialized

Economic data

Total project cost 4 million


Equipment 1.38million

Transfer form
Known how, consultancy, equipment,
training

Target country

world wide

Language

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English
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A Novel, Non-infringing Process for


the manufacture of levobupivacaine
NIPER, mohali offer a non-infringing process for the
manufacturer of an improved widely used local anesthetic,
levobupivacaine.
The process uses a chiral catalyst for asymmetric
synthesis of the product.

Area of Application

Local anesthetic product widely used in hospital in


surgical procedure.

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Advantage of technology

Uses easily available raw material

Faster compared to existing process as no


resolution involved.

Cheaper as use of expensive resolving agent is


altogether eliminated

Non-infringing new process

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Stage of Development
Process at laboratory scale
Scale up to be done
Facilities for scale up exist at institute ( pilot plant
available)

Economic Data

Product name Chirocane, ( approved clinically)


No manufacturer in India till date

Transfer form

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Technology licensing and Known how

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REFERENCES
REFERENCES
1) Ira R. Berry, Technology Transfer Consideration for
Pharmaceuticals, Encyclopedia of Pharmaceutical
Technology, Third Edition, 02 oct. 2006, pp. no. 20-30.
2) http://www.gdrc.org/uem/techtran.html
3) Luis Alberto del Ro, Salazar N., and Trives C.Guidelines for
a pharmaceutical technology transfer towards a drug
manufacturing plant, Comunicaciones tcnicas, Bol. Soc. Qum.
Mx. 2007, 1(1), pp no. 27-31
4) http://bud.tic.ab.ca/venquest/yqt_home.htm
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