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Managing Intellectual Property – a researcher’s guide

Managing Intellectual Property – a researcher’s guide

As Intellectual Property (IP) gains an increasingly important role in modern academia, it is essential that University researchers understand the opportunities and potential strategies in this field.

Join the Physical Sciences and Engineering Impact Network* on Wednesday 25th April to hear from experts in Research and Innovation Services, the University library and the Software Sustainability Institute as they overview options that include patents, licensing, copyright and open source software. A buffet lunch will be served from 12.30pm, with presentations commencing before 1pm.

Find out more information or book your free place via the event’s Eventbrite page: ip-impact-network.eventbrite.co.uk

Event details:

Title: Managing Intellectual Property – a researcher’s guide

Date: Wednesday 25th April

Time: 12:30pm–12:50pm buffet lunch. 12:50pm–2pm presentations.

Location: Building 53 (Mountbatten), Level 3 Common Room


David Woolley (Research and Innovation Services): Managing IP, patents and licensing

Paula Sands (Library): Choosing and managing copyright

Simon Hettrick (Software Sustainability Institute): Licensing and resourcing open source software

*Please note this event is only open to Physical Sciences and Engineering staff and students at the University of Southampton


Wednesday 25th April, Building 53 (Mountbatten), Level 3 Common Room

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