In order to further reform and improve the evaluation mechanism of scientific and technological achievements and untie the”thin rope” that hinders the implementation of policies for the transformation of scientific and technological achievements, Tianjin recently issued the implementation opinions on improving the evaluation mechanism of scientific and technological achievements (hereinafter referred to as the Implementation Opinions).
The relevant person in charge of Tianjin Science and Technology Bureau said that through in-depth investigation and analysis, it was found that the problem of”thin rope” was prominently manifested in three aspects:scientific research institutions and researchers were”afraid to do it”,”unwilling to do it” and”will not do it”. Therefore, the implementation opinions put forward targeted measures such as clarifying policy boundaries, improving due diligence and exemption, implementing income distribution and reforming assessment and reward mechanism, delegating power and empowerment, fault tolerance and exemption at the policy level, Encourage everyone to act at ease. In view of the possible difficulties in operation, Tianjin has organized and prepared 13 series of operation guidelines around the pricing and investment of scientific and technological achievements in Colleges and universities, the evaluation of scientific and technological achievements, and the listing and trading of technological property rights and equity.
As one of the 13 series of operation guidelines, the operation guidelines for pricing and investment of scientific and technological achievements in Colleges and universities in Tianjin was released a few days ago. It is understood that the pricing investment of scientific and technological achievements is one of the main methods of achievement transformation. However, compared with other transformation methods such as transfer and license, the operation process of Universities Carrying out the pricing investment of scientific and technological achievements is more complex, involving multiple subjects, multiple links and multiple taxes. The legal and policy issues are complex. Some universities are afraid or unwilling to adopt this method for achievement transformation. The guidelines put forward three pricing and shareholding modes, and the guidelines are prepared according to the operation links of each mode, which is not only intuitive and easy to understand, but also convenient for colleges and universities to choose the scheme with the highest conversion success rate and maximum income in combination with their own reality.