The IPMO collaborates with many partners in various aspects of Intellectual Property. Some of the partners include;
World Intellectual Property Organization WIPO: WIPO has supported the University through various means. These include funding an Intellectual Property audit in 2017. WIPO has also offered Intellectual Property training to University staff through physical and distance learning. The University also uses the WIPO free patent database espacenet(@).
Joyce Banya, Senior Counselor at WIPO giving a presentation at the stakeholders workshop of the University of Nairobi IP audit in July 2017.
Kenya Industrial Property Institute KIPI: The University through IPMO collaborates in KIPI in the area of capacity building.
Kenya Copyright Board KECOBO: The University through IPMO collaborates in KECOBO in the area of capacity building.
Kenya Industrial Research and Development Institute (KIRDI): The University through IPMO collaborates in KIRDI in the area of capacity building.
Participants of the training on research output commercialization that was held at the University of Nairobi in February 2019 and where Dr. Kenneth Chelule, Chief Research Scientist from KIRDI gave a presentation