Intellectual Property protection
It is essential that you protect your IP, and don’t disclose it in until you have – either via a research paper, presentation or informal meeting without a confidentiality agreement.
Early or inadvertent disclosure can damage the likelihood of later protecting your IP with a patent. What's more, strong IP protection can greatly increase the commercial value of your ideas and the likelihood of it generating real-world impact.
We can help you to
- Review your ideas
- Identify the type of Intellectual Property (IP)
- Work with patent agents to draft, file and progress your IP application
Please also review the Intellectual Property Commercialisation Policy. You will need your username and password to access the document.