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Innovation and Commercialisation at UNSW. GSOE9400 FoE Research Induction 3 April 2009. Dr Steve Brodie Senior Business Development Manager Physical Sciences and Engineering. Today’s presentation. Introduction. NewSouth Innovations. Research & Innovation. Wrap-up. About Steve.

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Innovation and Commercialisation at UNSW

GSOE9400 FoE Research Induction

3 April 2009

Dr Steve Brodie

Senior Business Development Manager

Physical Sciences and Engineering


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Today’s presentation

Introduction

NewSouth

Innovations

Research &

Innovation

Wrap-up


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About Steve

Steve Brodie, PhD

  • PhD in Materials Science and Engineering

  • >15 years experience in Corporate Research, Innovation and Commercialisation

  • Experience in UK, Europe and Australia

  • Senior Business Development Manager with NewSouth Innovations


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Today’s presentation

Introduction

NewSouth

Innovations

Research &

Innovation

Wrap-up


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Quotable Quote

“Prediction is very difficult,

especially about the future.”

- Neils Bohr


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Steve’s PhD

A broad research continuum

“Pure”

“Discovery”

“Blue Sky”

“Curiosity driven”

“Applied”

“Industry Focussed”

“Contract Research”


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Innovation – Steve’s View

A great idea …

… that creates

value

… at an appropriate

moment in time.


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Entrepreneurship

PROBLEM/OPPORTUNITY

IDEA/SOLUTION


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Context

“Say, what is a mountain goat doing in this cloud bank?”



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Today’s presentation Kawakami

Introduction

NewSouth

Innovations

Research &

Innovation

Wrap-up


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About NewSouth Innovations Kawakami

NewSouth Innovations Pty Limited commercialises research and technologies developed at the University of New South Wales

Grants

Management

Office

Research

Strategy

Office

NewSouth

Global


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IP Policy and student inventor’s obligations? Kawakami

  • Tell the University you have developed IP

    • Using IP Notification Form (Send to NSi)

  • Do not prematurely disclose invention to public (Patents need to be novel!)

  • Assignment of Intellectual Property

  • Re-assignment to staff members or students

    • When decision made not to commercialise


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UNSW IP Policy - Students Kawakami

… University asserts legal and beneficial ownership of Intellectual Property:

(b) created by students of the University where:

(i) generation of the Intellectual Property has required use of University resources; or

(ii) generation of the Intellectual Property has resulted from the use of pre-existing Intellectual Property owned by the University; or

(iii) the Intellectual Property belongs to a set of Intellectual Property generated by a team of which the student is a member ; or

(iv) the Intellectual Property has been generated as a result of funding provided by or obtained by the University;


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Technology Commercialisation Kawakami

NSi staff work in partnership with inventors to;

  • Assess the commercial potential

  • Assess Intellectual Property (IP) space and protect where necessary

  • Commercialise the technology

    • Licenses, spin-off companies, sales etc


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What’s In It For Me? (as an inventor) Kawakami

  • Get to make the world a better place!

  • Inventors share returns - personally!

  • Good commercialisation experience

    • Patenting, understanding customers, licence deals etc


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What’s In It For Me? (as an inventor) Kawakami

$90,000 (net return)

33.3%

33.3%

33.3%

$30,000

Inventors

$30,000

NSi

$30,000

University

8.3%

25%

$7,500

Research

Initiatives

$22,500

Faculty

School,

Centre,

Research Group


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Recent successful examples Kawakami

  • Photovoltaics

  • VR Mining & iCinema

  • Waste recycling - OneSteel

  • Cancer Management - Covidien

  • BT Imaging

BT Imaging

Product design


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Today’s presentation Kawakami

Introduction

NewSouth

Innovations

Research &

Innovation

Wrap-up


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Key Takeaways Kawakami

  • Always keep looking out for “opportunities” and “ideas”

  • Remember that patentable inventions need to be “novel”

  • Keep up to date lab books

  • If in doubt ask for help

  • GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!


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NewSouth Innovations Kawakami

>> specialists in taking

research and innovation

to the global market

[email protected]


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Patents - A word of wisdom Kawakami

  • To be granted a patent the invention needs to be “novel”

    • So do not tell anyone!

  • In some countries the priority date is based on “First to invent” rather than “First to submit”

    • So laboratory notebooks are VERY IMPORTANT


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Lab Books Kawakami

  • VERY important

  • Deals with the “First to Invent” versus “First to Lodge” issue

  • Lab books should be;

    • Bound, have numbered pages, be signed and witnessed, written in ink, legible

  • Lab books are the property of the University

www.ipaustralia.gov.au


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