Hand-crafted ash, aluminium and leather are what makes a Morgan car stand out from their competitors.
Good evidence is essential to make sure our policies and law are right. The IPO's research team commissions and develops research into important IP issues.
In February this year, aerospace giants Boeing announced plans to open its first manufacturing facility in Europe in Sheffield.
In July we published the 6th wave of our ongoing Online Copyright Infringement (OCI) Tracker, which looks at what people in the UK do online.
Innovation is a broad term whose definition varies between institutions and countries. The UK government considers innovation to be ‘the application of knowledge to the production of goods and services.’
In the summer of 2015, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), with our support, published a report called Boosting Malaysia’s National Property System.
This week’s state visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to the UK marks a "Golden Era" of UK-China relations.
For the last few months I have been poring over and collating the IPOs data and am pleased to announce that the result of that work is Facts and figures: 2013 and 2014.
The range of applications for 3D printed objects appears to be growing at an ever increasing rate. The medical industry now uses 3D printed for prosthetic limbs, while 3D printed organs are not far behind.
What links flexible electronics, bulletproof armour, energy storage, supercars and new age tennis rackets? The answer...graphene, the new wonder material according to scientists around the world. Its material properties are staggering.
The IPO has published new research that compares how different countries deal with online copyright piracy.