Bitesize Intellectual Property Seminars



Join us for a series of lunchtime intellectual property (IP) seminars hosted by Edinburgh Innovations aimed at staff, students and recent graduates of the University.

Our bite-size IP seminars will allow you to digest IP matters of general and topical interest, and some sessions will focus on IP insights for a specific application.

Each session is between 30 and 90 minutes over lunchtime.

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Upcoming seminars

  • September 2022 - tbc

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List of previous seminars and access to recordings!

Patenting AI Inventions - Speaker: Graham McGlashan, Partner at Marks & Clerk

Industry Collaborations using IP - Speaker: Simon Portman, Solicitor at Marks & Clerk

Invention Spotting - Speaker: Richard Gibbs, Partner at Marks & Clerk

Trade Secrets - Speaker: Graham McGlashan, Partner at Marks & Clerk

Intellectual Property Licensing - Speaker: Simon Portman, Solicitor at Marks & Clerk

Technology development and exploitation - Speaker: Simon Portman, Solicitor at Marks & Clerk

The patent process from an academic perspective - Speakers: Dr Richard Gibbs, Partner at Marks & Clerk and Professor Mark Bradley

Freedom to Operate (FTO) analysis - Speaker: Franziska Luckert, Associate at Marks & Clerk

Understanding a patent application - Speaker: Tomas Karger, Associate at Marks & Clerk

Protect and commercialise IP - Speakers: Professor Mike Davies, School of Engineering, and Dr Tim Hargreaves, Marks & Clerk (March 2022)

Navigating the CRISPR IP landscape - Speakers: Professor Andrew Baker, Centre for Cardiovascular Science and Dr Gareth Williams, Head of Legal Practice at Marks & Clerk and Sue Bruce, Technology Transfer Manager for Edinburgh Innovations (June 2022)

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Details of future sessions to come and sign-up links will also be posted on this page. For more information on Edinburgh Innovations support services around IP please visit our webpage.

For assistance with registrations, please contact us on eievents@ei.ed.ac.uk



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