IP and commercial considerations prior to and during the R&D stage of innovation

In a previous article, we outlined the various stages of innovation – from conception of an innovative idea, through the research and development (R&D) stage, followed by commercialisation, and then marketing of innovative products or services. We have also outlined what IP considerations are most relevant at each stage. The purpose of this article is

The role of IP in innovation

Innovation is generally understood as the process of bringing valuable new products (and services) to market, and has been highlighted as one of the key factors that determines the future success of an organisation.  Intellectual property (IP), and the management of the IP throughout the new product development process is a critical factor in successfully

Shelston IP sponsors pharmaceutical industry engagement event at the University of Sydney

Shelston IP was pleased to sponsor the University of Sydney’s inaugural pharmaceutical industry engagement event, which took place on 26 May 2015.   In attendance were more than 100 of the University’s top academics from within the chemical, pharmaceutical and life sciences disciplines – along with representatives of industry and government.  The aim of the