New tools from the Intellectual Property Office to introduce IP and commercialisation to early career university researchers

The IPO recently launched IP for Research for PhD students and researchers to understand the importance of IP in maximising the impact of their research. The IP for Research programme includes 6 quick guides on the commercialisation process, alongside face-to-face workshops and an IP skills lens.

IP Pragmatics worked closely with the IPO to produce the quick guides, which include case studies from our contacts in the university sector across the UK. These case studies highlight some of the different ways that early career researchers have used intellectual property of all kinds to get involved with licensing, spin-outs, consultancy and social impact.

These tools join Future Innovators Toolkit, IP Tutor, IP Tutor Plus, Intellectual Asset Management Guide for Universities and the Lambert Toolkit to provide comprehensive support for students, lecturers, researchers, management and collaborators.

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