Did you know that personal property includes intellectual property (IP), as well as IP licenses? If you're purchasing the rights to IP, you should do a check by searching the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR).
The National Innovation and Science Agenda was launched by the Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, and Minister for Innovation, Industry and Science, Christopher Pyne, on Monday 7 December 2015. The agenda includes a number of initiatives to boost Australia’s business capability, enable our innovation and embrace new ideas.
Students are often the best role models for innovation because they're not just consumers of technology - they're creators of technology. At a recent coding and innovation boot camp, local Canberra students gave politicians hands-on experience with skills that will propel Australia forward.
Access to intellectual property generated by the public research sector in Australia will be easier for Australian businesses said Assistant Minister Wyatt Roy MP at the launch today of Source IP, the new digital intellectual property marketplace.
We are pleased to announce the introduction of electronic certificates for trade marks to our electronic channel customers. This is an expansion of the electronic correspondence delivery capability that is currently in place for trade marks.
It’s Global Entrepreneur Week! Learn from those who have succeeded. This year’s fastest growing small and medium businesses share their thoughts on how to set yourself up for success when starting a new business.
Fostering the growth in the number of entrepreneurial start-ups in Australia is a top priority for the Australian Government and Assistant Minister of Innovation, Wyatt Roy. So why is there a need for this and how can we achieve it?
The grass may not always be greener, but taking a look at another side can reap rewards. That’s what our own Rebecca Martin and Telstra’s Carolina Defazio found out when they took part in IP Australia’s Industry Placement Program.
This Friday 6 November, Engineers Australia will celebrate the contribution engineers make to our community through their innovation, teamwork, ingenuity and creativity at the 2015 NSW Engineers Australia Showcase Dinner.
The Commissioner proposed an examination practice for public consultation on Friday 16 October 2015 and has now extended the time period for providing comments to us by one week. Interested parties are invited to comment by Friday 6 November.