Every year, on the 26 April, World IP Day is celebrated across the globe. Hosted by the World Intellectual Property Organization, it has a new focus each year. The theme for 2022 is ‘Innovation and Youth’.
Having a good understanding of IP will help prepare students for their future careers, giving them skills that are needed to run their own businesses or work in a variety of fields after graduating. The IPO provides materials for university lecturers and students. We work with knowledge transfer offices to help universities work with businesses to develop early ideas and research into marketable products.
On World Oceans Day, we look at how ARC Marine are saving our seas with their patented Reef Cubes, providing an environmentally friendly habitat for sea life.
It is always exciting to visit a new city, meet new people, and to learn new things.
The latest Online Copyright Infringement (OCI) tracker was released today to mark British IP Day.
Staying ahead of the competition and innovating are key elements to the success of any business.
The term ‘scientist’ was coined by William Whewell in 1834 in a review of an academic paper called ‘On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences’.
New Designers is an annual event held in London, in fact this year the event celebrated 30 years.
As Minister for Intellectual Property I am clear that future generations should understand the ins and outs of intellectual property (IP). We have fast become a knowledge based economy.
Joint patents are usually greeted by a sharp intake of breath. Lawyers warn of future conflict. Corporates fear loss of control. Others are more relaxed.
It’s been a year since I began considering how to increase awareness and knowledge of Intellectual Property (IP) in Universities.