Common questions I get asked are; ‘How do I patent my name?’ or ‘How do I protect my idea?’.
Before joining the Intellectual Property Office in 2008 Chris obtained a degree in Astrophysics at Cardiff University which lead to a job as a Patent Examiner at the IPO. As of December 2012 Chris became a permanent member of the Business Outreach team where he functions as a Business Events Manager.
So, I’ve recently had my first fall. I think I’ve done quite well, 1 year and 4 months since my ‘On your bike’ blog.
I recently went over to Malaysia with my best mate, Tom, and his fiancé, Rui’Xin, who is Malaysian. A fantastic country with some great food!
Is the name of the office cycle to work scheme through which I recently bought my new baby, Gemma the defiant Giant.
A fortnight ago our blog looked at all the branding associated with the Wimbledon tennis extravaganza. But, it’s not just trade marks that get a look in when it comes to sporting events.
A number of famous scientists throughout the years have been linked with Intellectual Property. Mostly though, this is to do with Patents.
A family tradition of Christmas surfing in Croyde bay in Devon got me thinking about how improvements to the original rubber wetsuit are potentially patentable.