In a previous article, we looked at the role of IP in innovation. In overview, the cycle of innovation can be broken down into 4 stages: 1.) conception of innovative ideas, 2.) research and development (R&D) , 3.) commercialisation of product or services, and 4.) marketing of the products or services. As the activities undertaken
Dr Michael Zammit, Shelston IP Senior Associate, reflects on the different perspectives of IP for researchers, IP coordinators and patent attorneys. To read the full article, which appeared in the October 2016 edition of ‘Chemistry in Australia’ please click here.