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Industry and Private Partnership Program (IP3) Lecture Series:
The IP3 Partnership Lecture Series is a series of four talks to help researchers find better ways to initiate, manage and sustain successful partnerships with off-campus groups, be they from the private, community, not-for-profit or government sectors. The ultimate goals of the program are to increase research productivity, provide more opportunities for graduate students, expand community partnerships and advance the mobilization of research outputs.
The Lecture Series aims to dispel some of the myths surrounding industry and private partnerships, and provide real-world examples from faculty members who have established partnerships. Materials from our talks can be found below.
Is my research amenable to private partnership? (November 2014)
NSERC Funding Decisions Engine
CIHR Funding Decisions Engine
SSHRC Funding Decisions Engine
Approvals for Grant Applications and Contracts
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