On any given day, 335 applications move through IP Australia. This video showcases the key areas involved in processing and examining patents, trade marks, designs and plant breeder's rights.
Source IP is a one-stop-shop for information sharing, licensing preferences and facilitating contact for IP generated by the public research sector in Australia. It is particularly aimed at making it easier for Australian businesses, including small business to access innovation and technology generated by the publicly funded research sector in Australia.
Source IP is a one-stop-shop for information sharing, licensing preferences and facilitating contact for IP generated by the public research sector in Australia. It is particularly aimed at making it easier for Australian businesses, including small business to access innovation and technology generated by the publicly funded research sector in Australia.
Dr Alastair Hick, Chair of Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia speaking at the launch of Source IP at Parliament House. Source IP is a one-stop-shop for information sharing, licensing preferences and facilitating contact for IP generated by the public research sector in Australia. It is particularly aimed at making it easier for Australian businesses, including small business to access innovation and technology generated by the publicly funded research sector in Australia.
The Hon Wyatt Roy MP, Assistant Minister for Innovation officially launching Source IP at Parliament House. Source IP is a one-stop-shop for information sharing, licensing preferences and facilitating contact for IP generated by the public research sector in Australia. It is particularly aimed at making it easier for Australian businesses, including small business to access innovation and technology generated by the publicly funded research sector in Australia.
Director General Patricia Kelly speaking at the launch of Source IP at Parliament House. Source IP is a one-stop-shop for information sharing, licensing preferences and facilitating contact for IP generated by the public research sector in Australia. It is particularly aimed at making it easier for Australian businesses, including small business to access innovation and technology generated by the publicly funded research sector in Australia.
Stephen Ziguras, owner and designer of Eco wood design, talks about the value in protecting your work by identifying what intellectual property (IP) right best suits your business and then investing in an IP strategy.
AusPat is IP Australia’s comprehensive search system for information on Australian patents. AusPat has three search interfaces. This video provides an overview on how to conduct searches using the quick interface
Alison Page shows how to protect your designs.
Chris Trewin invented a new way of changing industrial light bulbs quickly, easily and safely.