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Intellectual Property and Partnering with Industry Workshop

Do you want to learn about IP?  Protect your knowledge and creations?  Look at ways in which you can work with industry?

Come along to the RSB Workshop and learn more about IP and why you need to protect creations and knowledge when partnering with industry.  This Workshop is facilitated by Christi Mitchell of Highbury Consulting, the University’s partner for IP protection and commercialisation.  Christi brings with her vast experience of supporting Universities and other organisations with their IP.

To book a place on this Workshop, please click on the Eventbrite link.

Thursday, 23rd February from 2-4pm

Change of Venue – please note this workshop will now take place in Room MY85, Maidwell Building, Avenue Campus

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/intellectual-property-and-partnering-with-industry-workshop-tickets-31444696935

Your online thesis: what you need to know

The PGR Thesis and Examination Policy states that it is mandatory for final, post-examination copies of research degree theses to be deposited in NECTAR.  But what does this mean for PGR students (and their supervisors)?

This post will outline the policy and procedure for depositing your thesis in NECTAR and some the issues you need to consider when doing this.

Gather your strength and read on…

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™, © and patent pending: unpicking intellectual property rights with IP Tutor

We all use intellectual property and we all create intellectual property, but the intricacies of IP law are often daunting. IP Tutor is an online course from the government’s Intellectual Property Office. For the low price of half an hour of your time it will help you understand the role and value of IP, whether you’re building on the work of others or maximising the potential of your own output.

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IP seminar – new date

Submitted by Debbie Christopher

The postponed Intellectual Property (IP) Seminar has now been rearranged to Thursday 23rd January 2014 and will be held in Cottesbrooke C326 from 12.00 – 2.15pm.

How do you manage publication vs secrecy?

IP assignment or licence, which option is best?

Delivered in partnership with ProspectIP, this event will introduce attendees to four key areas of intellectual property:

  • Concepts and understanding
  • Entitlement and Ownership
  • Confidentiality, publications and copyright
  • Exploitation

The 2 hour seminar will be delivered by IP experts and will cover a range of IP topics. Click here for the full programme.

business_school_colAfter the seminar there will be FREE 15 minute 1:2:1’s available for you to discuss any IP queries. To book a slot please contact Debbie Christopher.

Intellectual Property: Seminar from Prospect IP

Update 5/12/13: Unfortunately this event has has had to be postponed.  The organisers apologise and hope to rearrange for the new year.

Submitted by Dr Mairi Watson, Deputy Dean, NBS

How do you balance publication vs secrecy?

IP assignment or licence, which option is best?

These and other questions will be addressed in the forthcoming Intellectual Property (IP) Seminar, led by Prospect IP:

  • Friday 6th December 2013,
  • Senate 201, 11.45am—1.45pm

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