Location


Building 91, City campus

Building 91, Level 1, Room 6, 110 Victoria Street, Carlton 3053

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Details


04 Oct 2017

10 am - 11:30 am

Registration is essential as places may be limited. We will confirm your place after you register your attendance.
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This session will provide an introduction to intellectual property (IP) and provide strategies for protecting and using your IP.

Overview

This introduction to intellectual property (IP) will provide strategies for protecting and using your IP to maximise the value of your research and leveraging your IP to collaborate to create impact. Following this session you should have an understanding of your rights, an idea of when and where to seek assistance and how to speak IP.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this session, you will be aware of:

  • What is IP
  • Who owns it
  • When to talk to the IP team
  • How to protect your IP
  • How to use IP to engage with industry

Designed for

All PhD candidates, Early Career Researchers and those who want to improve their IP knowledge.

Facilitator

Amy Hunter

Contact

Daniel Nicholls at research.ed@rmit.edu.au