IP Series with Center for Bio-engineering and Biotechnology

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

PresentationThe Games Institute and the Centre for Bioengineering and Biotechnology (CBB) hosted "IP 101 & Commercialization" the first of a four-part series to teach the UW community about intellectual property (IP).

Eric Luvisotto, Technology Transfer Officer/Manager and Patent Agent, was the speaker for this first workshop. His presentation focused on IP protection, with a focus on the use of patents, as well as some common mistakes that people make with protecting their inventions.

Luvisotto also discussed the process for how to conduct a prior art search, shared some tips on how to create a Start-Up including the importance of having a Founders Agreement in place and Inventorship vs Ownership.

This, with the other upcoming events in the series, will give inventors the tools they need to protect their inventions in an easy, efficient and affordable way.

More information and how to attend future IP series presentations can be found here.

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