Commercialising my research
Intellectual property and its protection
The Knowledge and Technology Transfer team provides information and assistance on understanding ownership of, and protecting and commercialising the Intellectual Property (IP) in your research.
Read these guides for valuable information and case studies on the IP issues to consider throughout candidature.
- For Graduate Researchers
- Before you publish
- Before you submit your thesis
Melbourne Accelerator Program
Melbourne Accelerator Program (MAP) has a number of programs to invest in and develop start-up companies and support entrepreneurs, including a Women-Founders Network. Visit their site for programs now accepting applications, events and seminars, Jobs board. Sign up to their newsletter to stay up to date with MAP news and events.
Visit Melbourne Accelerator Program for more information about programs, events and how to apply.
Translating Research at Melbourne
Translating Research at Melbourne (TRAM) is a catalyst for researchers who want their work to make an impact. It equips researchers with the skills and mindset to transform their research and inventions into products and services that have real-world impact, by offering programs to develop entrepreneurial thinking and enhance research innovation.
TRAM is open to all researchers, graduate researchers, students and collaborators of the University of Melbourne and the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct.
Visit Translating Research at Melbourne for more information and to register your interest.