Innovations and related intellectual property –patents, copyrights, trademarks
The department has not come up with innovations that require patents, copyrights or trademarks.
- Research that has produced results that directly affect the communities and Kenyan population or that would help formulate policies, is published as policy briefs and shared with the relevant government ministries and departments.
- Research findings are also shared through community seminar and workshop participation as a way of extension services to communities especially the farming communities since most of the research is on production animals.
Discussions on innovative research and extension including how to formulate research briefs can be held and facilitated by contacting the office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Nairobi through the contacts listed here: Deputy Vice Chancellor Research Innovation & Enterprise and https://uonresearch.org/blog/