The Technology Licensing Services team assists the academic community to protect and to commercialise intellectual property generated through the University's research and development.
What is intellectual property and who owns the intellectual property I create?
Understand the technology transfer process
The process for technology commercialisation at the University of Melbourne
Intellectual property disclosure
Understand the duty to disclose intellectual property and find out how to disclose your inventions or discoveries
Supervisors of higher-degree researchers have a responsibility to inform prospective and current students about the terms of any 'specified agreements' associated with their research
Student-created intellectual property
Understand the ownership of intellectual property rights created by students at the University of Melbourne
Using intellectual property owned by other parties
Understand the University's policy about using third-party IP
Conflict of interest
Understand the University’s objectives and policies, and your obligations for managing conflicts of interest that might arise in technology transfer
For intellectual property creators
Information for the University of Melbourne research staff and students who want to be involved in its commercialisation and create impact from their research
UoM Commercial has established a Proof-of-Concept (POC) Fund to assist in the development of the University's intellectual property towards commercialisation.
IP Disclosure awards
Some IP Disclosures received this year from the University's researchers.