Knowledge Exchange and Impact Seminar

THE KE and Impact Seminars intend to build on the raised awareness of the importance of knowledge exchange and impact generation.  This session will focus on the commercialisation process and the support available from the IP & Commercialisation team at RSIO. The event will provide an overview from leading IP Attorney practice Mewburn Ellis on the different ways to protect your IP.

The seminar will be interactive and we encourage you to bring questions, discussion points or suggestions from your own research and KE activity that you like to share.

Agenda

  • 2pm       Tea, coffee & registration
  • 2.10        Mel Anderson, Head of IP & Commercialisation, Welcome and overview of Glasgow’s  commercialisation process
  • 2.30        Jonathan Wills, Patent Attorney, Mewburn Ellis – Protecting Your IP
  • 3.30        Dr Alasdair Street,  IP & Licensing Manager, Case Study
  • 3.45        Q&A, Discussion
  • 4.00        Close

Registration Please register your attendance using the Eventbrite booking site.

Please note that this is just one in a series of events we are running, each addressing various aspects of knowledge exchange and impact generation. The topics have been chosen in response to suggestions received as part of feedback after the Knowledge Exchange & Impact conference held last April.

If there is a topic you would like to have addressed in a future session, please email: Louise.Mitchell@glasgow.ac.uk

Professor Jonathan M. Cooper, FREng, FRSE.  

Vice Principal for Knowledge Exchange


First published: 19 May 2015

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