The original agreements, developed by the Brunswick Group, have been revised and updated by an initiative sponsored by the Russell Group. To find the full list of organizations that have signed up to use these templates, please click here. They are based both on previous agreements with Brunswick and on a series of agreements established and agreed for use by all Scottish universities, which have been consulted with both the Russell Group and the Brunswick Group universities. They have been updated to reflect the changes that have been put forward since their introduction and, where appropriate, to reflect English jurisdiction. As part of the development of UK India`s IP cooperation, we have developed, in collaboration with Indian partners, an optional toolkit, which we hope IP practitioners in the UK and India can be useful as part of a practical framework to support IP management in academic and cross-industry research and development, this will increase the level of cooperation in productive research. The Education and Policy Committee of the Committee on Economic Affairs and Policy of the Toolbox provides basic instructions and model agreements to help organisations in the UK and India understand how to respond effectively and quickly to IP management issues, such as, for example: who owns the intellectual property resulting from the research? Is it allowed or assigned? If it is allowed, is it an exclusive license? How are disputes resolved? The Intellectual Property Office has cooperated with a number of international parties to create separate cooperation agreements in a number of countries. Model collaborative research agreements are in place. You will also find guidelines for the management of intellectual property in the context of international cooperation and a guide for cross-border decisions from the European Commission. Negotiating agreements on the ownership and management of intellectual property, which is generated through collaborative research partnerships, is critical to the success of the relationship. Model agreements can, in cooperation, help the parties to determine in a fair and equitable manner the ownership of any intellectual property generated in the course of a joint project. We support the use of model agreements such as the Lambert Toolkit, developed by universities, UK businesses and professional organisations, as a good starting point for negotiations. . .