Information on intellectual property is available from UCD Innovation
For more information on this area, licensing and also commercialisation aspects, contact Caroline Gill, Innovation Education Manager; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Intellectual property rights (IPR) include copyright, patents, trademarks and design rights. IPR grant creators or owners of a work certain controls over its use. Some rights such as patents require registration, while others, such as copyright, accrue automatically upon the work’s creation. IPR affect the way both you and others can use your research outputs.
Failure to clarify rights at the start of the research process can lead to unexpected limitations to:
Research funders often expect you to clarify IPR at the grant proposal stage in your data management plan.
The UK Data Service has put together a number of copyright scenarios for data sharing including:
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