Intellectual Property

We have attracted registrations from a wide range of organisations for our IPLCLC Workshop. If you want to talk to professionals about your IP issues, come and join us at the Oxford e-Research Centre on Thursday 11 December 2014.

Register for the IPCLC workshop.

Of the 18 major institutions who have registered, we will have attendees from the universities of Cambridge, Glasgow, Reading, Sheffield Hallam, Wolverhampton, ​and York, and researchers and IP professionals from Exeter, King’s College and UCL. Representatives from the University of Warsaw, and the University of…

By Shoaib Sufi, Community Leader.

Issues around IP are the cause of some of the most contentious and persistent problems that affect researchers. Who owns IP? How do you license it? Can you share information with collaborators? Who can help you understand IP issues at your university? The Institute’s Intellectual Property (IP), copyright, licensing and commercialisation workshop (IPCLC) will be held on 11 December 2014 in Oxford at the Oxford e-Research Centre from 10.00 to 17.00. It’s free to attend.

A good understanding of IP, Copyright, Licensing and…

The IPCLC workshop took place at the Oxford e-Research Centre on Thursday 11 December 2014.

The workshop will take place in Oxford on Thursday December 11th 2014. Hold the date in your diaries!

With representation from the qLegal team and case studies from University of Oxford Research Services and the Open PHACTS Foundation, panel Q&A and discussion sessions you will come away much more informed about how Intellectual Property (IP), Copyright, Licensing and other aspects of commercialisation are of relevance to your academic research and collaborative projects in the academic space.

Keep an eye on the Institute website for more information and how to register…

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