Understanding Intellectual Property (IP) at the University of Oxford
Please note this event is open only to students, staff and researchers at the University of Oxford. Please therefore register with your Oxford University email address or you will not be able to join.
Whether you’re an undergraduate, masters or DPhil student, no matter your area of study at the University of Oxford, it is important to understand your rights and responsibilities when it comes to intellectual property (IP). This session will help you to understand what IP actually is, who “owns” it, and the things to think about when you think you have created IP. Case studies will also be presented to help explain the University’s policy.
Come prepared to ask any IP related questions in the second half of the session, where our expert presenters will give you the official University answers to any of your queries. In collaboration with Research Services and Oxford University Innovation.
The talk will be from 12:30-1:30pm on 5 November 2020. If you have specific questions, the presenters will be available to answer these until 2pm.
You will be sent a link to join the session before the event.
5 November 2020, 12:30 (Thursday, 4th week, Michaelmas 2020)
Speaker to be announced
Leah Thompson (Enterprising Oxford (Knowledge Exchange and Impact Team, Research Services))
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