When we think of intellectual property, we associate it with businesses, big cities and high streets. We think of technology, start-ups, big brands.
I was watching an episode of Only Fools and Horses on Sunday evening. Del Boy always believes they have a business idea certain to make them a fortune.
Thousands of years ago, potters made their marks, drew them, or cut them onto their products, and took them to market on the backs of donkeys.
Biscuits are important. Estimates vary, but the UK sweet biscuit market is reckoned to be worth around £2 billion a year (source: FT).
The latest Online Copyright Infringement (OCI) tracker was released today to mark British IP Day.
Summer has well and truly arrived in the UK, with temperatures hitting 30 degrees in certain areas this week.
Without intellectual property (IP), our lives would be very different.
Listeners to BBC Radio 4’s The Food Programme will be aware of its tasty combination of the edible with the viable.
Trevor, who was without doubt one of the best known British inventors, sadly passed away on 5 March 2018 at his much loved home on Eel Pie Island, Twickenham.
Today, April 26, marks World IP Day.