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Dissemination & Exploitation plan 1

HUTER Project

HUTER project is aimed to create the reference cellular map of the human uterus, being involved in the international Human Cell Atlas (HCA) initiative. HUTER consortium is committed to performing communication, dissemination and exploitation activities as described in work package 8 and stated in the Grant Agreement signed. Main topics covered in this document are the basic communication, dissemination an exploitation concepts and its key messages and estrategies stablished in HUTER project. The document is divided in three main sections: 1. Introduction to the HUTER project, 2. Communication and dissemination (C&D) plan, and 3. Exploitation plan.
For the communication and dissemination plan, the main objective, target audience and key messages are defined. It is also described the tools and channels already created or planned (toolkit1), as well as other already existing channels to be used in order to achieve our communication and dissemination objectives. Responsibles and procedures are also described. Finally, how we are going to evaluate and report the achievements in this area are written.
In the last section 3, it is outlined an “Initial Exploitation Plan” that primarily approach the exploitation objectives and strategy for the HUTER project that will be enforced during the project lifetime. The exploitation plan is defined how the results (any tangible or intangible output) are going to be available for partners owns, scientific, social or economic purposes. It is stablished as well how to evaluate them as protectable or not, and which will be the best strategy to follow. The Innovation Committee oversees the exploitation tasks and shall assists the Steering Committee when taken decisions related to intellectual property rights (IPR) and exploitation, as defined in section 3.3.1

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