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Different types of IP

Therefore, the transfer of these results generally relates to the transfer of the IP rights covering such results. Crucially, the nature of the results and the actions undertaken to formalize the IP rights  will determine the nature and scope of the rights. Typically, any given research result can be covered by more than one type of IP right, each requiring its own dedicated management.

The following types of formal and informal IP as well as their management and use within the Knowledge Transfer process are discussed: Patents, Confidential Information, Biological Materials, Copyright, Database Protection, Models, Trademarks, Regulatory Data, others (Geographical Indications and Plant variety protection).

Therefore, the transfer of these results generally relates to the transfer of the IP rights covering such results. Crucially, the nature of the results and the actions undertaken to formalize the IP rights  will determine the nature and scope of the rights. Typically, any given research result can be covered by more than one type of IP right, each requiring its own dedicated management. The following types of formal and informal IP as well as their management and use within the Knowledge Transfer process are discussed: Patents, Confidential Information, Biological Materials, Copyright, Database Protection, Models, Trademarks, Regulatory Data, others (Geographical Indications and Plant variety protection).
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