Murgitroyd IP Seminar: The Role of the Inventor in Commercialising Innovation

Murchison House



When?
21 November 2019
10:00 - 11:00
Where?
Staff room (2.Z02),
2nd Floor,
Murchison House,
Kings Buildings,
Edinburgh,
EH9 3LA

Event Description

An inventor has a key role, not only at the point of the original innovation, but in helping bring the invention to its full commercial potential. This joint Edinburgh Innovations and Murgitroyd IP seminar will provide an overview of the invention process and journey at the University of Edinburgh from an Inventor’s perspective. It will explore the different stages in the invention process and journey, as well as the relevant touch points where Edinburgh Innovations can assist and support.  


Speakers

  • Sarah Brown - Business Development, Edinburgh Innovations
  • Dave Pritchard - Technology Transfer, Edinburgh Innovations
  • Russell Thom - Director and Head of Practice - Patents: Biotechnology & Chemistry, Murgitroyd


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