CAP: Section M Intellectual Property

The concept of Intellectual Property (IP) includes, but is not limited to, all technical information and all inventions, drawings, methods, products, improvements, processes, discoveries, varieties, germplasms, cultivars, genetic materials, genetic constructions, mutants, micro-organisms, specimens, and progeny, whether or not they qualify for legal protection, including any know-how, demonstration, trade secret, research plan/priorities, computerized model or related report, any commercial interest or product idea, and any patent, patent application or copyright.

IP created during the course of project activities will not be the property of Her Majesty the Queen in right of Ontario.