How Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Can Impact your Research
Information and Booking
Tutor: Dr Amritha Nair & Dr Prashanthini Jeyarajan - Industry Partnerships and Commercialisation, Imperial College London
For: Postdocs and research fellows at Imperial, free of charge. Not available externally.
Please note: Absences and cancellations with less than 3 working days' notice will result in a £50 charge.
Thursday 16 March, 14.30-17.00, online
Monday 3 July, 14.30-17.00, online
More information will become available closer to the day of the course.
Lack of awareness of intellectual property (IP) can result in UK researchers missing out. Many are not commercialising their own ideas and some are failing to prevent others from unfairly exploiting their research. This course brings in experts from Imperial Innovations to help to plug this knowledge gap. It enables postdocs to work out what type of intellectual property rights they need to protect their work and how to take the necessary steps to get it.
- Patents - what, why, who, where, how?
- Commercialisation of inventions
- Licensing and spin-out companies
- Dealing with companies—bridging the academia-industry divide
What have past participants found most useful?
"Going through examples and very clear definitions of vocabulary"
"The power of patenting for commercialisation"
"How to source and more completely interpret they aspects of a patent"
"Trainer is knowledgeable and enthusiastic"