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Building IP Institutions, Reinforcing the Roles of IP Professionals and Other National Experts: The Building IP Institutions, Reinforcing the Roles of IP Professionals and Other National Experts: The Singapore Experience Associate Prof Ng-Loy Wee Loon Deputy Director, IP Academy, Singapore

Towards KBE: Singapore • • Singapore lacks natural resources 7. 8% average GDP growth Towards KBE: Singapore • • Singapore lacks natural resources 7. 8% average GDP growth for the past 43 years A ‘more advanced developing country’ (OECD) Economic success can be attributed to: eg. strategic location for transport, financial and commercial activities eg. pro-business government eg. excellent infrastructure eg. educated and productive workforce

Towards KBE: Singapore • Singapore lacks natural resources • 7. 8% average GDP growth Towards KBE: Singapore • Singapore lacks natural resources • 7. 8% average GDP growth for the past 43 years • Economic success can be attributed to: eg. strategic location for transport, financial and commercial activities eg. pro-business government eg. excellent infrastructure eg. educated and productive workforce The innovators and other creators of IP The business community The IP professionals (IP lawyers, patent agents, IP portfolio managers, tech transfer brokers, IP valuation experts etc) Training and Education in IP is critical

IP Education & Training in Singapore IP Academy Universities Polytechnics IP Academy Universities TTOs IP Education & Training in Singapore IP Academy Universities Polytechnics IP Academy Universities TTOs Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS)

IP Awareness • Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (2001) – formulate and regulate IP IP Awareness • Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (2001) – formulate and regulate IP law – provide infrastructure to facilitate greater development of IP in Singapore – promote IP awareness

IPOS’ IP Awareness Programs • Reaching Out To: – General public – Schools – IPOS’ IP Awareness Programs • Reaching Out To: – General public – Schools – Government – Business community

IPOS Reaching Out To General Public Example: HIP (Honour Intellectual Property) Alliance: a group IPOS Reaching Out To General Public Example: HIP (Honour Intellectual Property) Alliance: a group of Government agencies, private organisations and industry associations partnering IPOS to teach the public to respect and reward original creative works by saying No! to Piracy.

IPOS Reaching Out To Schools Example: Detective IP CD-ROM An interactive CD-ROM game to IPOS Reaching Out To Schools Example: Detective IP CD-ROM An interactive CD-ROM game to help children learn the basics of IP through 4 cases. Solve all cases and students can earn their stripes as a Junior IP Detective!

IPOS Reaching Out To Businesses • IPOS Reaching Out To Businesses • "Strategies for Creation, ownership, Protection and Exploitation of Intellectual Property”: a program designed to help businesses adopt best practices in IP management, eg. by identifying the IP that the company owns and assessing the company's ability to manage the risk associated with its IP. • IP Parade: a series of offline roving platforms designed to facilitate IP exchanges that can lead to technology transfers across a wide spectrum of industries. It serves as a market-place for trading and exchanging of IP between IP owners, IP service providers and IP investors. • IP awareness seminars

IP Education & Training in Singapore Polytechnics Universities TTOs Intellectual Property Office of Singapore IP Education & Training in Singapore Polytechnics Universities TTOs Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS)

IP 101: Universities • Special IP and related modules in students’ curriculum eg. National IP 101: Universities • Special IP and related modules in students’ curriculum eg. National University of Singapore (NUS), Law Faculty: Intellectual Property Law; Chinese IP Law; Biotechnology Law; Information Technology Law; Global Exploitation of IP etc See also ‘Principles of IP Law’ for Engineering students eg. NUS Entrepreneurship Centre’s Technopreneurship Minor Program: Management of Technological Innovation eg. Singapore Management University, School of Accountancy: IP Valuation (put in place by the IP Academy) • Introduction of IP as a topic in students’ curriculum eg. National University of Singapore, Faculty of Business Administration: IP within ‘Legal Environment of Business’ eg. Singapore Management University, School of Business: IP law within ‘Business Law’ eg. Nanyang Technological University, School of Communications & Information: Copyright within ‘Media Law, Ethics and Policies’

IP 101: Polytechnics • IP as a module in students’ curriculum eg. Temasek Polytechnic’s IP 101: Polytechnics • IP as a module in students’ curriculum eg. Temasek Polytechnic’s Diploma in Law & Management: IP law and registration procedure for paralegals

IP 101: TTOs • Technology Transfer Offices – Support the commercialisation of in-house developed IP 101: TTOs • Technology Transfer Offices – Support the commercialisation of in-house developed technologies – Examples: INTRO; ITTO; Exploit Technologies

INTRO • Industry and Technology Relations Office – technology transfer office in NUS • INTRO • Industry and Technology Relations Office – technology transfer office in NUS • Established in 1992 • Key functions: – protect and manage the IP of the University – provide guidance on IP matters to faculty and industry – promote technology transfer and commercialization of the University's innovations – encourage research collaboration between the University and industry

ITTO • Innovation & Technology Transfer Office – technology transfer office of Nanyang Technological ITTO • Innovation & Technology Transfer Office – technology transfer office of Nanyang Technological University • Established in 2000 • Key functions: – technology transfer and commercialization – collaborative research with industry – technology transfer education, partnerships and alliances – incubation centre

Exploit Technologies • Exploit Technologies – technology transfer office of Singapore’s national research institutes Exploit Technologies • Exploit Technologies – technology transfer office of Singapore’s national research institutes (A*STAR) • Established in 2001 • Key Functions: – technology transfer and commercialization – in-house IP training for public research institutes

IP Education & Training in Singapore Universities IP Academy Polytechnics Universities TTOs Intellectual Property IP Education & Training in Singapore Universities IP Academy Polytechnics Universities TTOs Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS)

IP For the Professionals • To develop IP professionals: IP lawyers, patent agents, IP IP For the Professionals • To develop IP professionals: IP lawyers, patent agents, IP portfolio managers, tech transfer brokers, IP valuation experts etc • Universities offering advanced modules: eg. Masters of Law in IP and Technology Law (Faculty of Law, NUS) eg. MSc in Management of IP (proposed by Faculty of Engineering, NUS, and IP Academy)

IP Education & Training in Singapore IP Academy Universities Polytechnics IP Academy Universities TTOs IP Education & Training in Singapore IP Academy Universities Polytechnics IP Academy Universities TTOs Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS)

 • Established on 28 January 2003 • A national initiative owned by: – • Established on 28 January 2003 • A national initiative owned by: – Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) – National University of Singapore • Our Mission: “To broaden and deepen knowledge and capabilities in Intellectual Property (IP) creation, protection and exploitation”

IP Academy’s Charter • A focal point for Research and Education/Training in IP. Develop IP Academy’s Charter • A focal point for Research and Education/Training in IP. Develop and deliver robust, in-depth IP-related programs to different target groups

IP Academy: Education • Types of training courses 1) Certification programmes (for IP professionals) IP Academy: Education • Types of training courses 1) Certification programmes (for IP professionals) - Patent agent training Graduate Certificate in IP Law Graduate Certificate in Patent Drafting/Interpretation MSc in Management of IP etc 2) Executive seminars - IP Law for Researchers (IP Engineers) - Drafting & Negotiating Technology Transfer Agreements - Patent Mapping / Technology Intelligence - IP Valuation - IP and Intangible Assets as Loan Collaterals - Franchising etc

IP Academy’s Charter • A focal point for Research and Education/Training in IP. To IP Academy’s Charter • A focal point for Research and Education/Training in IP. To conduct research that will help support the development of Singapore’s IP infrastructure. To conduct research in areas that will help Singapore achieve thought leadership in the global IP arena.

The IP Academy: Research Examples of research projects: - Research project on Competition Law The IP Academy: Research Examples of research projects: - Research project on Competition Law / IP - Research project on Utility Models/Petty Patents system - Research project to assess the Economic Contribution of Copyright-based Industries in Singapore (WIPO Handbook) - Research project on “Social Psychology of IP Theft” - Research project on “Innovation and IP: The S’pore Context” Other thought-leadership activities: IP roundtables eg. WIPO Joint Recommendations for Protection of Well. Known Marks

The IP Academy: Research Examples of research projects: - Research project on Competition Law The IP Academy: Research Examples of research projects: - Research project on Competition Law / IP - Research project on Utility Models/Petty Patents system - Research project to assess the Economic Contribution of Copyright-based Industries in Singapore (WIPO Handbook) - Research project on “Social Psychology of IP Theft” - Research project on “Innovation and IP: The S’pore Context” Other thought-leadership activities: IP roundtables eg. WIPO Joint Recommendations for Protection of Well. Known Marks

Strengthening the Role of IP Professionals in Singapore • Bring IP Professionals together through Strengthening the Role of IP Professionals in Singapore • Bring IP Professionals together through – education programmes – research projects – discussion forums • IP Academy as a common platform to engage various segments of the IP community • Consolidation and pooling of IP resources

Local Partners Nanyang Technological University Law Society of Singapore Local Partners Nanyang Technological University Law Society of Singapore

INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS Max Planck Institute for IP, Tax & Competition Law IIPTI (KIPO)? INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS Max Planck Institute for IP, Tax & Competition Law IIPTI (KIPO)?

Building IP Institutions, Reinforcing the Roles of IP Professionals and Other National Experts: The Building IP Institutions, Reinforcing the Roles of IP Professionals and Other National Experts: The Singapore Experience IP Academy Universities Polytechnics IP Academy Universities TTOs Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS)

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