Navigating IP Issues in Research & Development (R&D) Collaborations is a newly developed course to address the IP and IPM considerations that arise in R&D collaborations.
This course was developed over more than 1 year, and significantly improves upon the previous courses, which it replaces. For the first time, participants will also be provided with a toolkit of helpful resources to help officers navigate the IPM issues and queries they may have after the course.
This course is recommended for Legal Counsels, Researchers, Principal Investigators, Project Managers and Officers, Research Grant Administrators and Managers, Technology Transfer Officers and other Officers (grant evaluators, etc) across Public Agencies, who handle matters involving intellectual property in R&D.
Participants are assumed to have some basic knowledge of the various types of IP. Otherwise they are strongly encouraged to attend the IP/IPM Course for Public Agencies (link to course details) prior to attending this course.
As this course makes references to relevant government Financial Circular Minutes (FCMs), this course is only open Public Agencies* officers involved in publicly-funded R&D activities.
[*Public Agencies refers to Ministries, Organs of State, Departments, Statutory Boards, Institutions of Higher Learning, publicly-funded research institutes, academic medical centres and hospitals, and other Government or public corporatised entities.]
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