Person: Denzil Doyle

Denzil Doyle

A new approach to technology licensing assessment
By Denzil Doyle

The economic impact of technology licensing can be difficult to assess, leading to current methods which often undervalue the value that can be derived and benefits to the economy at large.

Denzil Doyle

Finding receptors for Canadian technology
By Denzil Doyle

Anyone who is involved in the management of our publicly funded R&D facilities — whether they be in our universities or government laboratories — will tell you that they are under enormous pressure to generate revenue from the technology that flows from their R&D.

Denzil Doyle

How latter day Nortel lost its “money gene”
By Denzil Doyle

To say that Nortel will be missed on the Ottawa high-tech scene is the understatement of the decade. Over the years, it has served as a convenient source of people and technology for companies of every size.

Denzil Doyle

Cost recovery from publicly funded research
By Denzil Doyle

As the budgets of publicly funded R&D laboratories become tighter and as the demands on those budgets expand, the managers of these laboratories are under constant pressure to pursue avenues of cost recovery.