Research &

IPR Cell

Intellectual property rights (IPR) are an essential part of the Research Council. The council advises and supports students and researchers in the preservation and commercialization of new ideas and technology that are worthy of intellectual property. The council provides information on patent, trademark, and copyright legislation, as well as advice on how to safeguard sensitive information and trade secrets. The council also strives to encourage technology transfers by enabling the transfer of university-generated innovations to industry and assisting with the commercialization of new technologies.