UNSW, which has also set up a Venture Incubator Space in its School of Computer Science and Engineering, is the first Easy Access university in Australia after starting the programme last month so the majority of its IP is available for free.

The University of New South Wales (UNSW) intellectual property (IP) is now available on the iBridge Network, a non-profit initiative by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

The iBridge Network now has on its website Easy IP Access, which connects researchers and industry partners at no cost and using agreed licensing agreements. Katie Petersen, director of iBridge, said: "The collaboration with the Easy Access IP community will allow the partner universities to become part of a global marketplace of ideas…

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