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Promising Patents and Successful Spinouts: making an impact with your research

Promising Patents and Successful Spinouts: making an impact with your research

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Dr. Stan Shire, Dr. Zach Taminot-Telto, Dr. Duncan Bilson, and Mr. David Calvert (Engineering) will be sharing their experience as academics on how their research in energy efficiency using novel thermally driven heat pumps, ultrasonics, and audio transduction respectively has resulted in patent applications leading to spinout companies.

Who is it for?

All researchers and PhD students especially those from the science faculty (physics, chemistry and engineering).

Content

Dr Stan Shire and Dr Zach Tamainot-Telto - 'Research first, patents second, spinout third' - The conventional route to making an impact; good solid research protected by patent applications leading ultimately to products that can make a difference. 

Dr Bilson - 'Spinouts as a way of life' - Dr Bilson will speak about his successes and failures of several 'good' ideas; where are they now?

Mr Calvert - 'Warwick Ventures - where do we fit in?' - an introduction on how to get strated on commercialising IP at Warwick.

What will I get out of this?

Gain more of an understanding of the processes and pitfalls in successfully turning research into a patents, and then into a high growth valuable business.

Led by

Dr Stan Shire, Dr Zach Tamainot-Telto, Dr Duncan Bilson, Mr David Calvert, Department of Engineering

Questions?

Contact Dr. Donna Carroll donna.carroll@warwick.ac.uk or ext. 23251, Warwick Library.

Where & when? 

Wednesday 9th June,
12.30 to 2.30pm,
The Wolfson Research Exchange, Main Library

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