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Drawing from insights from research and best practice case studies, this short masterclass will help you better understand how valorisation works and how academics can create impact outside of publishing their research.

You will learn:

  • Key characteristics of valorisation
  • Stakeholders involved in valorisation
  • Factors that support positive valorisation


This session will provide hands-on tips, key insights, and strategies on how to effectively support academics in their valorisation, commercialisation, and engagement efforts, enabling them to translate research into tangible outcomes and maximise its societal and economic impact.

Designed for

This session is designed for university administrators, research managers, technology transfer officers, knowledge transfer professionals, innovation professionals and other individuals involved in academic institutions interested in creating value from research.

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Date: 24th August 2023

Time: 6am-6.45am UTC (Convert to your own timezone)

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What is a how to session?

A UIIN How To session is a 45 minute, interactive session facilitated by a UIIN expert, where participants have the opportunity to ask questions, discuss and network during the session. Content is specific, hands-on and actionable. How To Masterclasses are not recorded and are only available live.


A/Prof. Dr. Todd Davey

Associate Partner at UIIN 

Todd Davey is an Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Institut Mines-Télécom Business School in Paris and a visiting researcher/professor at Imperial College (UK), Technical University of Vienna (AUT) and the University of Adelaide (AUST) in the topics of entrepreneurship and innovation. Formerly a Senior Manager with Deloitte Australia’s Technology Commercialisation Group and responsible part of the executive team for one of Australia’s fastest growing start-ups in the 2000s, Todd has ‘switched sides’ to work within academia. Todd is the author of the book ‘Entrepreneurship at Universities’, co-editor of the Future Universities Thoughtbook and the creator of TechAdvance™, a tool for evaluating technologies.

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