The University has research output with high potential for use in society and commercialization. Some of this research output has been identified and protected. The products and processes that have potential for commercialization are in various stages of development. Some need more research, prototyping, market research and others are ready for marketing. The IPMO proposes to train staff, students and researchers from various units of the University, so that these products and processes can be protected, moved along into the product development and commercialization phase for the benefit of the researcher, the University and the society.
The training is intended to be practical and therefore the resource persons are drawn from invention/innovation incubation based organizations, inventors with commercialized Intellectual Property and those with relevant business skills.
The training will be held using TEAMS® from 9.00 to 2.00 PM on Tuesday 10th November 2020.
The resource persons will include Prof. Tom Ogada, Dr. Kenneth Chelule, Dr. Robert Karanja, Prof. Cyrus Iraya and Prof. Mary Kinoti.
Click on the link below for registration:
Click here to register
For more information contact:
The Director, Intellectual Property Management Office