Singapore Public Sector Organisations Master Research Collaboration Agreement

Proposals with additional research results (above NParks results) are considered positive. Mr. Suresh Sachi joined A-STAR in April 2002. He is a qualified lawyer, licensed to practice legal sciences by the Supreme Court of the Republic of Singapore, and is also a qualified patent attorney. 1.1 The National Parks Board (“NParks”) wants to advance green and ecological research in Singapore. NParks invites potential researchers to submit proposals for the following projects: 2.1 Researchers from all research institutes or companies based in Singapore can apply. Mr. Sachi led a series of national efforts to coordinate and streamline legal and ip conditions in Singapore`s public institutions, including the Public Sector Cooperation Agreement (MRCA), which brings together all public bodies involved in research and development in a single cooperation agreement in the field of research and development; The Master Clinical Trials Agreement for all public sector experimental centres; rationalisation and harmonization of RIE subsidy conditions for the public sector and the implementation of a national IP protocol for Singapore. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors of IPOS and the Board of Directors of the A-STAR Research Entities, which house all A-STAR research institutes and research institutes. He was a former board member of the Governors and an advisor to the IP Academy. Sachi is a founding member and former president of the Licensing Executives Society (LES) of Singapore. He has worked for more than 10 years on the Ethics Commission of the Eye Research Institute of Singapore and is currently a member of the SingHealth Centralised Institutional Review Board.

[1] Leading NPs must have an employment contract of at least nine months of future employment (calculated from the date of the proposal) with a Singapore-based organisation (Singapore-based higher education institutions (IHL), public sector authorities, non-profit research laboratories, and companies and research laboratories/institutions close to the company. In addition, Lead IP must complete at least six months of stay in Singapore over a calendar year period from the date the application is submitted throughout the project. The new centre shows how valuable it is to promote strategic partnerships between private and public organizations in Singapore. It will strengthen Singapore`s semiconductor ecosystem by developing skills in advanced packaging and expanding expertise in semiconductor equipment research. This will strengthen our reputation in the global scientific community and our importance to the global semiconductor industry. 3.2 An evaluation committee created by NParks decides to approve it. NParks may also decide to send the research proposal to an external expert for advice.