Research is about the creation of new and novel approaches. Some of our research ideas have financial value and these should be protected.
Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) affect the way both you and others can use your research outputs, and these issues should be considered at the outset of any research project.
Failure to clarify rights in your primary data and permissions for the use of secondary data at the start of your research can affect:
It can also cause you legal trouble.
This workshop looks at the ways intellectual property can be protected.
Full guidance on IP can be found in the University's IPR Guidance.
Facilitators: Professor Andrew Pollard and Luke Hill, Offices of the Vice Chancellor
Research governance and organisation (C)
This domain contains the knowledge of the standards, requirements and professional conduct that are needed for the effective management of research.