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IIB Essentials: Intellectual Property and Commercialisation

Description

Theme:

Personal Effectiveness

Category:

Professional Knowledge and Business Skills

About this course:

Intellectual property (IP) and routes to commercialisation are key considerations when developing partnerships or drafting pathways to impact sections for research grant applications.

IP is a valuable business asset and properly protecting your IP is important in order to monetise it or control how it is used.

This workshop will provide an overview of the main types of intellectual property, ownership of IP, how to secure and protect IP and the typical routes to commercialisation of University IP.

Who should attend this course:

All Academic and Professional Staff who want to generate new funding and research opportunities by working with businesses and other organisations, or turn their ideas into innovation.

Presenter(s):

This course is delivered by Neil Hayes: Innovation, Impact and Business Assistant Director, Commercial and Business Programmes

Learning provider:

The Innovation, Impact and Business Essentials Series is administered by IIB.

Please contact research-events@exeter.ac.uk with any queries.

This course occurs on the following dates
DateLocationStartFinishCostTrainer(s)Places
Available
04/06/2019 Streatham: Physics, Room 124 14:15 14:45 Free Neil Hayes 24
04/06/2019 Penryn: Du Maurier Building, Seminar G 14:15 14:45 Free 25
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