International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Workshop: Chemistry and patents - success for innovation

Activity by Natasa Doslik   |   added on Feb 28, 2011   |   Hungary Official_iyc_logo

Sponsor(s): Hungarian Chamber of Patent Attorneys , Hungarian Intellectual Property Office, European Patent Office

The workshop will cover topics including commercialisation of research, patenting, importance of searching prior art, and managing intellectual property, with particular reference to the field of chemistry.

Date: 22.03.2011 at 09:00

Location:  Hungarian Intellectual Property Office, Conference room, Garibaldi utca 2, H- 1054  Budapest

Description: The workshop will cover topics including commercialisation of research, patenting, importance of searching prior art, and managing intellectual property, with particular reference to the field of chemistry. Representatives from the Hungarian Intellectual Property Office and the Hungarian Chamber of Patent Attorneys will present the perspectives of national aspects of dealing with intellectual property, and representatives from spin-off companies will present case studies of successful managing IP assets in order to encourage research and innovation .

 Content: 

  • Specific aspects of patent protection of inventions.
  • Practical information on the use of patents as a source of scientific knowledge.
  • Identification of key steps in the management of IP.
  • Presentation of success stories of spin off companies.

Contact:

 

Hungarian Chamber of Patent Attorneys
Imre Ravadits, M. Sc. Chem., Patent Attorney
Email: Imre.Ravadits@teva.hu

 


 


Topic: chemistry, workshops, intellectual property, inventions, patents Audience: professionals, researchers in university and research centers, representative from industry, professors, students and other relevant entities, primarily those involved in chemistry.
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