We're spreading some Christmas cheer by sharing a selection of our favourite, weird and wonderful Christmas patents.
Interior Stylist Emma Morton-Turner feared copyright in photoshoots. That was before she interviewed The IPO's Margaret Haig, who explained how copyright applies to the industry and answered some of the top questions.
How does a social enterprise like Ignition Beer set themselves apart from other brands? We explore the ethos behind the business and how their trade mark has become a symbol for their unconventional journey.
As Black History Month draws to a close, we take a look at how the IPO has marked the date with our internal and external activities.
As we launch our new trade mark pre-apply tool, a member of the IPO's transformation team explains how the service was developed and how AI can help applicants register a trade mark.
As we all adapt to a 'new normal', our Business Engagement team share how they have continued helping businesses and individuals with their IP, through new and innovative ways.
As we launch our call for views on artificial intelligence and intellectual property, IPO CEO Tim Moss talks about what the IPO have been doing in the AI policy space.
Counterfeit tobacco costs the UK economy billions each year. Thankfully, Stuart Phillips and his top dogs Scamp and Koko have a nose for detecting the illicit product and are closing in on the criminals who sell and distribute it.
IP crime has infiltrated almost every community across the UK and can have dangerous consequences. Read how the IPO are helping train police officers to recognise what IP crime is and what enforcement action can be taken against the IP criminals involved.
As the demand for vegan products continues to rise, we look at the innovation behind the plant-based alternatives that have people everywhere going green.