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Intellectual Property (IP) 101

Wednesday, Nov. 6, 11 a.m.-12 p.m.

IIC-2014

This session will provide an introduction to Intellectual Property (IP) and Memorial’s Technology, Transfer and Commercialization team. It will cover the basics of IP, delving into copyright, trade secrets, trademarks and patents which are all different methods of IP protection that are utilized at Memorial. Finally, the session reviews IP ownership, inventorship and the disclosure process. This overview will help attendees understand when to engage with the team, important IP considerations for students, and how we can help move ideas toward commercial opportunities.

Mode: On-campus or online

Presenters: Dr. Paula Mendonça and Kara Strickland, Intellectual Property Officers

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Offered by Memorial University’s Enhanced Development of the Graduate Experience (EDGE) https://www.mun.ca/edge: workshops and resources designed to help graduate students build diverse skills and competencies to be successful in graduate school and beyond.

Presented by School of Graduate Studies

Event Listing 2019-11-06 11:00:00 2019-11-06 12:00:00 America/St_Johns Intellectual Property (IP) 101 This session will provide an introduction to Intellectual Property (IP) and Memorial’s Technology, Transfer and Commercialization team. It will cover the basics of IP, delving into copyright, trade secrets, trademarks and patents which are all different methods of IP protection that are utilized at Memorial. Finally, the session reviews IP ownership, inventorship and the disclosure process. This overview will help attendees understand when to engage with the team, important IP considerations for students, and how we can help move ideas toward commercial opportunities. Mode: On-campus or online Presenters: Dr. Paula Mendonça and Kara Strickland, Intellectual Property Officers Registration   Offered by Memorial University’s Enhanced Development of the Graduate Experience (EDGE) https://www.mun.ca/edge: workshops and resources designed to help graduate students build diverse skills and competencies to be successful in graduate school and beyond. IIC-2014 School of Graduate Studies