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2017 Canadian Licensing Activity Survey

AUTM's 2017 Canadian Licensing Activity Survey gathers data from 34 Canadian research institutions to capture trends and insights on research funding, disclosures, issued patents, licensing staffing, startups, new commercial products, license income and more. The appendix breaks down information on individual research institutions.
March 11, 2019
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FY2015: Canadian Licensing Activity Survey

The AUTM Canadian Licensing Activity Surveÿ: FY2015 demonstrates how technology transfer professionals assist researchers in bringing new products and services to market for the benefit of society and the economy. Highlights of the survey include: 700 total licenses and options were executed (up 21% over prior year); 90 new startups formed (up 10%); 1,026 new patent applications (up 3%); and 74 new products.

May 31, 2017
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2015 Canadian Licensing Activity Data Appendix

The AUTM Canadian Licensing Activity Survey FY2015 Data Appendix summarizes responses from 36 Canadian research institutions reporting on the contributions of their technology transfer professionals to commercialize research. These Highlights illustrate the impact of technology transfer to improve lives and benefit society by bringing research to life. Purchasers of these Highlights may also request a complimentary copy of the full Canadian Licensing Activity Survey FY2015 when it becomes available.
December 20, 2016
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FY2014: Canadian Licensing Activity Survey

The AUTM Canadian Licensing Activity Surveÿ: FY2014 demonstrates how technology transfer professionals assist researchers in bringing new products and services to market for the benefit of society and the economy. Highlights of the survey include: 82 new startups formed (up 20.6% over prior year); $1.1 billion in net product sales (up 54.9%); and 493 licenses executed (up 36.6%).

February 18, 2016
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2014 Canadian Licensing Activity Data Appendix

The AUTM Canadian Licensing Activity Survey FY2014 Data Appendix summarizes responses from 39 Canadian research institutions reporting on the contributions of their technology transfer professionals to commercialize research. These Highlights illustrate the impact of technology transfer to improve lives and benefit society by bringing research to life. Purchasers of these Highlights may also request a complimentary copy of the full Canadian Licensing Activity Survey FY2014 when it becomes available.
January 01, 2015
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FY2013: Canadian Licensing Activity Survey

The AUTM Canadian Licensing Activity Surveyÿ: FY2013 demonstrates how technology transfer professionals assist researchers in bringing new products and services to market for the benefit of society and the economy. The survey is the most comprehensive report of its kind. Highlights of the survey include: 68 new startup companies formed; 92 new commercial products created; $710 million net product sales generated; 233 new non-U.S. patent applications filed; and 240 issued U.S. patents.

January 01, 2014
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FY2011: Canadian Licensing Activity Survey

The AUTM Canadian Licensing Activity Survey Summary: FY2011 demonstrates how technology transfer professionals assist researchers in bringing new products and services to market for the benefit of society and the economy. The survey is the most comprehensive report of its kind. Highlights from the AUTM Canadian Licensing Activity Survey Summary: FY2011 include:
Highlights from the AUTM Canadian Licensing Activity Survey: FY2010 include:
  • 110 new commercial products created
  • 68 new companies formed and 100 percent had their primary place of business in the licensing institution’s home province
  • $5,809.4 million total research expenditures
  • 849 new patent applications filed
January 01, 2012
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FY2010 Canadian Licensing Activity Survey

This statistical progress report illustrates the work of academic transfer offices and their benefit to our communities through innovative technologies, products and resulting startup companies.
Highlights from the AUTM Canadian Licensing Activity Survey: FY2010 include:
  • 33 new commercial products launched
  • 50 new companies formed based on university technology
  • 986 total patent applications
  • 1,732 disclosures received
January 01, 2011
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FY2009 Canadian Licensing Activity Survey

This statistical progress report illustrates the work of academic transfer offices and their benefit to our communities through innovative technologies, products and resulting startup companies.
Highlights from the AUTM Canadian Licensing Activity Survey: FY2009 include:
  • 62 new commercial products launched
  • 48 new companies formed based on university technology
  • 926 total patent applications
  • 1,921 disclosures received
January 01, 2010
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