El Patentamiento Universitario en Colombia

  • Diana Milena González Gélvez Centro para la Gestión y la Innovación Tecnológica – INNOTEC de la Universidad Industrial de Santander
  • Astrid Jaime Centro para la Gestión y la Innovación Tecnológica – INNOTEC de la Universidad Industrial de Santander

Abstract

El artículo presenta un panorama general del patentamiento que realizan las Universidades en Colombia. Para ello, se realiza un análisis de la información de la base de datos de patentes de la Superintendencia de Industria y Comercio de Colombia desde 1970 hasta 2010. Los resultados permiten observar el estado real del patentamiento Universitario en Colombia, así como identificar las Universidades más exitosas en el proceso de patentamiento y los tiempos reales requeridos para proteger las nuevas creaciones. Así mismo, los resultados son un insumo importante en la determinación de la estrategia de protección que adopten las Universidades Colombianas en cuanto a la protección de sus creaciones.

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Author Biographies

Diana Milena González Gélvez, Centro para la Gestión y la Innovación Tecnológica – INNOTEC de la Universidad Industrial de Santander
Centro para la Gestión y la Innovación Tecnológica – INNOTEC de la Universidad Industrial de Santander
Astrid Jaime, Centro para la Gestión y la Innovación Tecnológica – INNOTEC de la Universidad Industrial de Santander
Directora de Transferencia de Conocimiento, en la Vicerrectoría de Investigación y Extensión de la Universidad Industrial de Santander. Investigadora del Centro para la Gestión y la Innovación Tecnológica – INNOTEC de la misma universidad.

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Published
2013-04-22
How to Cite
González Gélvez, D. M., & Jaime, A. (2013). El Patentamiento Universitario en Colombia. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 8, 233-245. https://doi.org/10.4067/S0718-27242013000300050