Transform Your Ideas into Impactful Innovations

Unleash your innovation’s potential with our expert guidance and resources. Turn your groundbreaking ideas into real-world solutions by submitting your invention disclosure today. More information below.

Invention Disclosure

Start the Process

Initiating the invention disclosure process is simple and straightforward. Just log in to Wellspring Sophia using your UAMS credentials, and locate the “Disclosure Questionnaire” in the menu on your right. Fill out the form with the essential information about your invention to kick-start the process and take the first step towards transforming your idea into a valuable asset.

What's Next

BioVentures' Pathway to Patents

Discover the journey from your invention disclosure to a secured patent with Bioventures’ step-by-step process. Explore the detailed timeline below to understand the essential milestones and what to expect throughout the pathway to patents or click here to learn more about the process. 

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To submit an invention disclosure, log in to Wellspring using your UAMS credentials. Locate the "Disclosure Questionnaire" in the menu on your right, fill out the form with the essential information about your invention, and submit it to start the process.

An invention disclosure is a detailed and confidential document that describes your invention and any relevant supporting information. It initiates the process of patent evaluation, protection, and potential commercialization by the technology transfer office.

Submitting an invention disclosure is crucial for protecting your intellectual property rights, assessing the invention's patentability, and exploring potential commercialization opportunities. It enables the technology transfer office to evaluate and support the development of your innovative ideas.

BioVentures provides guidance and resources to help inventors navigate the patent process. They assist with patentability assessments, patent application preparation, prosecution, and maintenance. Additionally, they facilitate access to funding opportunities, workshops, and webinars related to intellectual property, patents, and commercialization.