It is all his grandmother’s fault. There’s a Star Wars quality to the sight of half a dozen of his Tentsile tree tents floating mid-air in the woods.
All businesses will own IP. Most businesses will also use IP that doesn't belong to them. These blogs share experience of businesses in using IP and our work to help businesses understand IP better.
For those of us still struggling, like disorientated turtles across the starlit beach of economic recovery, a glance through British technology giant ARM Holding’s annual reports makes empowering reading.
For my birthday this year my kids bought me a day out at Llandow race circuit - 3 laps in a super car of my choice.
The United Kingdom has a proud heritage of discovery and innovation, of breathtaking art and creativity. Today, despite tough economic conditions, Britain remains in the vanguard of science and technology, of design, music and film.
A sure fire way to gauge the success of a brand is to look at how long it’s been around. The longer it lasts in today’s throw-away society, the more it's embedded into our lives, subconscious and culture.
International Women’s Day seems particularly relevant to the UK IP professions this year.
It’s a question that we often ask as part of the IPO’s outreach team and it’s not always easy to answer.
January was an exciting month for the British Library. We launched Living Knowledge, a new vision setting out our strategy to guide us towards our 50 year anniversary in 2023.
For mediators, the job is an exercise in rescue, to rescue people from the courts and sometimes from themselves.
If like me, you are unfamiliar with self service tills, this is something you will hear quite often. As you stand peering at a check out screen with a queue of vexed customers looking over your shoulder.