Insights

A look inside the partnership between University of New South Wales and Intellectual Ventures

December 15, 2010

Just this past spring, IV partnered with New South Innovations (NSi), the group responsible for commercializing research and technologies at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. IV and NSi’s agreement provides financial incentives to UNSW researchers for submitting new invention ideas. We are excited about this partnership – and so is the team at NSi.

Don’t just take our word for it. To introduce the partnership with IV, NSi has produced a new video, which they released this week, featuring IV’s very own Dr. Patrick Ennis, Global Head of Technology. We are looking forward to working with such a cutting-edge organization as NSi, as well as the many talented inventors at UNSW.

Read the official announcement.

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