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IPITS - Intellectual Property, Innovation, & Technology Society of UniSA

Offering a range of services, from information events to networking with a range of professionals and entrepreneurs, in order for students to get the most out of the Society.

Description

Welcome to UniSA's 'Intellectual Property, Innovation, & Technology Society' (IPITS).

The society was founded in 2015 and offers a range of services, from information events to networking with a range of professionals and entrepreneurs, in order for students to get the most out of the Society.

Our objectives

  • Increasing general awareness of new technologies and innovative practices in any field, both within Australia or internationally;

  • Informing, educating, and updating individuals on current legal and policy matters affecting intellectual property, or any other technological and innovative sectors within Australia;

  • Advocating for the progression of innovation at UniSA and the rest of Australia;

  • Supporting innovative individuals by being a platform for them to apply their ideas and build a distinguished reputation;

  • and most importantly, increasing student employability through networking with a range of professionals and entrepreneurs.

Our Focus

  • Our focus on Intellectual Property will make sure that you know your rights and obligations under current legislative and policy regimes.

  • Our focus on innovation is based on the fundamental role it plays on the progression of any economy: new medicines, faster and efficient technologies, better and cleaner living conditions...

  • Our focus on technology is based on its practical importance to society and how it affects us all. We aim to stay ahead of the curve and learn more about what is being created and what may change job opportunities.

If you think that our objectives and focus align with your own, we highly recommend you join us! We hope to deliver the best to you and see what exciting things YOU can bring to the Society.

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