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Innovation and Intellectual Property Management (IIPM) Laboratory

In part IB (second year) of the Engineering Tripos, we provide two introductory lectures about the basics of IP, covering the different intellectual property rights, enriched with examples.

 

The aim of these lectures is to raise the students' awareness of the need to understand IP in today's economy and competitive landscapes as well as to convey an understanding of the fundamental principles of IP systems and a basic understanding of the main types of IP rights.

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