IP for Research Workshop


 

 

Background

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.

Each interactive one-day workshop will be tailored to the institution and delivered by an expert with contributions from local staff and relevant services, such as technology transfer offices. More details: https://www.vitae.ac.uk/events/ip-for-research-pilot-workshops

Workshop programme & Booking

Bangor University will be hosting this workshop in April. This programme has been designed for early career researchers and PhD candidates. Participants are required to book on to the course via the link below. 

The programme is for a maximum of 30 participants. 

https://www.vitae.ac.uk/events/ip-for-research-pilot-workshops/booking-form-Bangor

They are also required to participate in a post course evaluation immediately and at 3 months.  Vitae will contact them directly about this.  The trainer for the event will be Kevin Byron with contributions from Bangor’s Research, Innovation and Impact Office.

Date & Venue: Tuesday 2nd April 2019, 10.30 am – 3.30 pm, Dinorwig, Neuadd Reichel, Bangor University, Ffriddoedd Road, LL57 2TR (Lunch will be provided)

Agenda

Introduction

  •  Overview of Intellectual Property
  • Background to the Intellectual Property Office (IPO)
  • Why IP is important to researchers

Copyright

Patents

Design

Trademarks

Commercialisation of IP within research projects

Bangor University IP policy and processes

Role of the Technology Transfer Office (TTO) and their support of research projects

Case Studies – Bangor and other universities

*Intellectual Property Office is an operating name of the Patent Office

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Publication date: 15 February 2019