Who are we?

The Office of Intellectual Property and Commercialization is the stop for any student, staff, or faculty interested in moving their ideas and innovations into beneficial applications with societal impacts. We provide support and answer questions on the process for patenting and licensing inventions. We also provide services to help you further innovate and test ideas or inventions through Alaska Center ICE. Please direct any questions to uaf-oipc@alaska.edu or call us at (907) 474-2605, We are here to serve you!

Disclose Your @ Innovation

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For Faculty, Staff, and Students

Do you have a great idea?!

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OIPC partners with Center ICE to provide innovation and startup experiences, funding and the Innovation Guild.

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Happy New Year

 Happy new year from everyone at the Center ICE and OIPC team!  We are excited for the continued innovation opportunities and valued collaborations and partnerships that we will continue to develop and nurture, and for the new relationships that will begin this year.

 

Mark Billingsley New OIPC Director

 Congratulations are in order as Mark Billingsley has been recently promoted to the director of OIPC.  Mark brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from his position as OIPC’s Intellectual Property and Contracts director/patent attorney for the past four years.  He received a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from the University of Florida and a law degree from Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon.

 

2020 Year in Review

While 2020 might have been a strange year, it was one that required innovation, pivoting and a whole lot of patience and understanding. Amazingly, through some tough times we still had enormous successes! Here are our highlights!Aquagga Continues to Make an Impact.

 

To Disclose or Not to Disclose? That is not the Question

Whether to disclose or not to disclose your innovation isn’t really a question when it comes to federal grants and funding. Prior to 1980, universities and small businesses that produced intellectual property under federal grants automatically gave the rights to those innovations to the federal government. Just like that, your team’s innovation was now owned by the government. 

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