Intellectual Property & Copyright for Researchers
March 22 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The course will be delivered by Vitae and the Government Intellectual Property Office.
The trainer for the event will be Dr Katy Mahoney: https://www.vitae.ac.uk/events/event-presenters/dr-kate-mahoney.
Vitae and the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) are delighted to be partnering on the development of ‘IP for Research’ workshops. These workshops aim to increase the Intellectual Property (IP) knowledge and skills of doctoral and early career researchers and facilitate relationships within institutions to support the management and development of IP.
“The IPO is delighted to be working with Vitae to deliver the IP for Research workshops. Knowledge exchange, commercialisation and collaboration present different pathways to realise impact, and they also present different challenges. The IPO is committed to supporting institutions to make informed decisions about using their IP and to helping researchers to be confident about how IP relates to their research. These workshops explain how to navigate the IP environment, highlight the potential opportunities to maximise the impact of research.” Pippa Hall, Director of Innovation and Chief Economist, IPO
Here is an outline of the content for this workshop:
- Overview of Intellectual Property
- Background to the Intellectual Property Office (IPO)
- Why IP is important to researchers
- Patents Design
- Commercialisation of IP within research projects
After the workshop:
Participants are required to complete a post course evaluation, and again at 3 months.
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