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Efficient Partnering Model Between Academia and Industry For The Commercialization Of Drug Discovery Services Based On A Novel Flexible Blind Docking Approach
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Efficient Partnering Model Between Academia and Industry For The Commercialization Of Drug Discovery Services Based On A Novel Flexible Blind Docking Approach
Submitted on 28 May 2015

Horacio Pérez-­Sánchez(1), Jorge Peña-­García(1), Cathalijne Witte(1), Helena den-­Haan(1), Ricardo Rodríguez-­Schmidt(1), Amparo Roca-­Sabater(2), Sergio Navarro(2), Antonio Vicente Contreras(2) (1)Bioinformatics and High Performance Computing Research Group (BIO-HPC), Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia, Spain. (http://bio-hpc.eu) (2)Artificial Intelligence Talentum, Murcia, Spain. (http://aitalentum.com)
(1) Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia, Spain; (2) Artificial Inteligence Talentum, Murcia, Spain
This poster was presented at Academic Drug Discovery 2015, Cambridge
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Poster Abstract
There are currently not many cases of technology transfer for academic research groups in the field of Drug Discovery showing efficient ways of bridging the gap between basic research and commercial application. Several limitations from the Academia side impede the commercialization of research results produced in Universities and Research Centers all over the world. Main reasons are related to the lack of knowledge about how the industry world works. In some successful cases most researchers abandon Academia for creating a spin-off, and this process usually takes a lot of time, resources and money. We propose an alternative partnering model where research groups ally with technological companies that are able to understand the services they provide and market them talking directly with the Industry. Our research group (Bioinformatics and High Performance Computing, from Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia, Spain, http://bio-hpc.eu) has carried out this approach along with the company Artificial Intelligence Talentum (http://aitalentum.com/) also with the support of the TETRACOM (Technology Transfer in Computing Systems, http://tetracom.eu, from Seventh Framework Programme, European Commission) fundig scheme and Fundación Séneca from Región de Murcia. We provide information about our experience, and explain also our unique value proposition based on flexible blind docking.Report abuse »
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