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.
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.
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.
It’s not often as Chief Executive that I get the chance to stop and reflect on past achievements.
What can we do to help an industry worth £4.3 billion?
How do you begin to get a measure of the infringement of intellectual property rights?
The question most often asked of UK Music since its inception (2008) has been: 'What is the value of the UK music industry?'
Facts and figures is the IPO’s annual publication which details office activity by numbers.
On 8 September 2014 we published a report, about the key principles of IP markets. We would love to hear your views on the findings.
The government receives a wide range of submissions, from a wide range of organisations and individuals, all with the overriding objective of helping us understand the particular issues facing them and their business.