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Intellectual Property

Patents, Intellectual Property, and Copyrights

Faculty members, staff, and students at California State University, Long Beach dedicate time and effort to research and scholarly activities that may result in discoveries or inventions of a patentable and marketable nature. The University policy statement on Intellectual Property describes principles and processes of the disposition of property rights to such forms of intellectual property including copyright, patents, trademarks, and trade secrets in order to provide full protection of the rights of such scholarship and productivity.

Read the full CSULB Policy on Intellectual Property: Inventions and Discoveries. Adobe PDF Document

If you would like discuss activities that may have Intellectual Property, please contact the Director of Research Integrity and Compliance in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs to provide you with assistance in determining the necessary steps to protect your rights.


2016-2017 Advisory Committee on Patents and Copyrights (ACPC)

Appointments by Academic Senate Nominating Committee
Lesley Farmer
Jon Stone
Roger Acey
Appointments by the Provost's Designee
Dhushy Sathianathan
Hamid Rahai
Ex-Officio: AVP for Research & Sponsored programs or Designee
Jason Wang