Can I protect my research?
Research outputs may be eligible for intellectual property protection — whether you’ve developed a new drug or discovered some novel biomarkers, created an innovative software application or a ground-breaking semiconductor material, or something else entirely.
Indeed, Intellectual property can be used to protect research outputs that relate to projects that are not technology-based research. Innovative websites and new teaching media are practical examples of this.
RSIO protects each of the main types of intellectual property, described in detail on Intellectual Property Basics.
To discuss your research and its intellectual property potential, contact Mel Anderson on 0141 330 4266 or email firstname.lastname@example.org