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Research and Innovation Essentials Series : Intellectual Property and Commercialisation
Professional Knowledge and Business Skills
About this course:
Delivered online - joining link will be forwarded to you beforehand.
Intellectual property (IP) and routes to commercialisation are key considerations when developing partnerships, generating evidence of impact, or creating new spin-out companies.
IP is a valuable asset and properly protecting the IP you generate is important whether you want to use it to develop new research collaborations, establish a new venture, monetise it via licensing or simply ensure appropriate use and acknowledgement of your work.
This online workshop will provide an overview of the main types of intellectual property, how to secure and protect IP, the typical routes to commercialisation of University IP and introduce some tools you can use to help evaluate the commercial potential of your ideas.
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.
This course is delivered by Neil Hayes: Innovation, Impact and Business Assistant Director, Commercial and Business Programmes.
This course is administered by Researcher Development; please contact email@example.com for more details.
Please add yourself to the waiting list and we will contact you once dates are available.