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Spotlight on Commercialisation

Discover how to move your research through the commercialisation process.

Spotlight on Commercialisation

At Curtin, we are committed to transforming cutting-edge research into real-world applications. We have a proud history of driving research outcomes and offering solutions to benefit industry and society across different disciplines.

Exclusive to Curtin staff and post graduate students, the Spotlight on Commercialisation series introduces the principles of research commercialisation, what’s involved, and what support mechanisms are in place for them at Curtin for early-stage commercialisation projects.

This series is supported by the Resources Technology and Critical Minerals Trailblazer. Curtin University has partnered with The University of Queensland and James Cook University, together with industry partners across Australia, to accelerate innovation, commercialisation and research in the resources technology and critical minerals sector.

Find out what’s coming up below or if you are a Curtin staff member or researcher wanting to sign up for one of our events, please reach out to the Commercialisation team via email.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Intellectual Property Basics

Intellectual Property Basics

12pm Wednesday 28 August 2024 – Curtin Bentley Campus
This session will provide a basic understanding of how Intellectual Property (IP) can benefit your research career and be used to leverage commercialisation activities. We will explore the basic concepts and terminology related to IP, discuss different types of IP protection available and what might fit your research, ownership of IP, and potential beneficiaries upon successful IP commercialisation in accordance with Curtin’s IP Policy.

Funding Sources

Funding Sources

12pm Wednesday 9 October 2024 – Curtin Bentley Campus
In this session we will look at how we develop a commercialisation plan to get technology out of the university and on the path towards commercialisation. We will look at how we can address gaps in technical and commercial development with a range of internal and external funding opportunities.