1. Intellectual Property
Intellectual property refers to the knowledge and goods created via intellectual work (IP). In terms of research, IP might be an input (such as concepts, discoveries, or educational materials) or an output (such as authorship, innovations, and patents). The employment of tools like patents, registered designs, and copyright can be used to legally protect IP against unlawful usage. Due to the fact that it is not always required to protect research discoveries in this way, scientific research presents more complicated IP issues. Dissemination of discoveries is made possible by publishing research findings in publications that have undergone peer review. The best approach to benefit society, though, is to occasionally share information with companies that can use it to produce useful products.
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