Intellectual Property Management
If you are a University of Adelaide researcher we can help identify, protect, and commercialise your intellectual property (IP).
IP induction course
The Adelaide Enterprise Intellectual Property (IP) induction course is designed to help you protect your ideas by giving you insight into the legal side of intellectual property. This provides an overview of intellectual property and how you can protect your ideas, as well as on aspects such as trade marks, copyright and patents.
The course is undertaken online via MyUni.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries.
Intellectual property (IP) is, broadly speaking, intangible property that is the creation of your intellect – it is the productive new ideas you create.
The University's Intellectual Property Policy ("IP Policy") provides that students own the IP they create in the course of their studies.
For further information on managing your Intellectual Property as a student, please visit the Adelaide Graduate Centre website, or email your enquiry to Adelaide Enterprise's IP management team at email@example.com.
University of Adelaide IP Policy
Within an environment in which ideas are often freely shared, the University's IP Policy aims to ensure that, where desirable, the University captures and harnesses the value of its intellectual property. It also aims to provide incentives for staff and students to create valuable IP and, where they do so, to reward their innovation.