The Innovation Award of the Division of Patent Law is awarded to innovations from universities and research institutes in the field of chemistry or pharmacy that have been patented and represent significant technical progress. The prize is endowed with earmarked prize money of EUR 3,000. The sum is to be used for the creation and maintenance of intellectual property, for example for the patent granting process, associated subsequent applications and annual fees.
The prize is advertised every two years and awarded as part of a specialist group event or the GDCh Science Forum Chemistry.
The Division of Patent Law is announcing the Innovation Award of the FG patent law for the award in 2023. Innovations from the environment of universities and research institutes that have been patented and represent significant technical progress are awarded. The proposal must clearly identify the patent and the inventor and should specify the type and scope of commercial exploitation.
When selecting the prize-worthy invention, the jury will consider the following criteria:
All GDCh members are entitled to nominate, self-applications are possible. A jury consisting of two university teachers and the board members of the Division of Patent Law decides on the selection. The university teachers are selected for each award by the Board of the Division after the proposals have been received.
The prize will be awarded in 2023, place and date to be determined. It includes a certificate of award, a medal and earmarked prize money of EUR 3000, which is to be used for the creation and maintenance of intellectual property, for example for the patent granting process, associated subsequent applications and annual fees. Up to three selected representatives of the invention will be invited to the award ceremony.
Proposals should contain the following documents: Brief description of the invention, information on the inventors including contact details, naming of the patents and information that enables the jury to assess the type and scope of the exploitation.
Proposals and self-applications will only be accepted in electronic form by March 30, 2023 by the GDCh Office, Dipl.-Biol. Nicole Bürger, firstname.lastname@example.org.
|2021||Hydrogenation catalysts for the production of fluorinated aliphatic compounds from aromatic precursors (EP 3 601 203)|| Prof. Dr. Frank Glorius, Munster;|
Dr. Mario Wiesenfeldt, Münster;
Dr. Zackariah Nairoukh, Jerusalem / ISR
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