Person: Dr Denys Cooper

Denys GT Cooper, consultant.

Canada excels in university spin off firms
By Dr Denys Cooper

Today there are nearly 1,400 University Spin-Offs (USOs), defined as firms created by universities and staff to commercialize their intellectual property.

Denys GT Cooper, consultant.

Canada excels in university spin off firms
By Dr Denys Cooper

Today there are nearly 1,400 University Spin-Offs (USOs), defined as firms created by universities and staff to commercialize their intellectual property.

Dr Denys Cooper

Dr Denys Cooper has retired from the National Research Council Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) after 33 years, but will remain with the organization as a guest worker conducting special projects. Cooper has held a number of senior positions within IRAP, most recently as senior advisor, technology and international. In this capacity he participated in…

Dr Robert Campbell

Dr Robert Campbell has been appointed president of Mount Allison Univ for a five-year term, effective July 1/06. Campbell was most recently dean of arts at Wilfred Laurier Univ. Campbell received degrees from Trent Univ, Univ of Toronto and a PhD at the London School of Economics. He was a professor at Trent Univ for…

Bob Cook

Bob Cook is stepping down as executive director of the Canadian Technology Human Resource Board (CTHRB) after six years. He will be replaced on an acting basis by Fred Lougheed and Murray Gray. Lougheed will be responsible for the organization’s marketing and outreach program. Gray will oversee CTHRB’s work on Canadian technology standards….

Dr Calvin Stiller

Dr Calvin Stiller and Dr Ronald Cresswell have appointed to the board of directors of Vasogen Inc, a Toronto-based developer of technologies targetting inflammation related to cardiovascular and neurological diseases. Stiller has a strong medical and venture capital background, while Cresswell is a veteran executive of several multinational pharmaceuti

Denys G T Cooper

Canadian universities produce strong gazelles
By Dr Denys Cooper

Universities make multiple contributions to society, but in-depth studies of the socio-economics have been undertaken in only one of four main aspects.