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Creating research impact through commercialisation, hosted by Cambridge Enterprise

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Adelina Chalmers - The Geek Whisperer.

An event, hosted by Cambridge Enterprise, to help you understand how to turn ideas generated from research into new inventions, businesses or services that benefit society.

If you are an academic, researcher or PhD student based within the University of Cambridge, and would like to learn more about how to commercialise the outcomes of your research, including protecting your intellectual property, or disclosing your inventions to the University; Cambridge Enterprise will be holding this event to explain how it‘s done.

The event will include:

- an introduction to intellectual property, with details on how to protect and license IP
- the benefits of sharing your knowledge as a consultant
- details of how to license research tools and what these include (reagents, software, copyright, database rights etc)
- information on forming a spin-out company and how Cambridge Enterprise can help
- feedback from academics who have worked with us
- a Q&A session

This talk is part of the Creating research impact through commercialisation series.

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