Traffic congestion, intellectual property rights (IPRs) and my housemates' tendency to use unfeasible quantities of water and electricity might seem unrelated.
Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Zbigniew and I work in the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
Building (layer by layer!) on our previous post on 3D printing, today (19 November 2013) we are taking a look at some new work by our esteemed Patent Informatics colleagues.
On 13 September 2013 Ofcom hosted the joint Ofcom/Intellectual Property Office (IPO) workshop on standards for good evidence.
Interested in working with the most productive Intellectual Property Office (IPO) economics and research team in the world? Come along to our research open day in London tomorrow (16 October 2013) at our office in Abbey Orchard Street.
September saw the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) host a conference on patent use alongside Brunel University at the Big Innovation Centre in London.
This week the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) published patent no. GB2,500,000.
How can you use a copyright work when the rights-holder cannot be found? This is the issue with so called orphan works.
The evidence base on the impact of intellectual property is contentious with reports from different perspectives published - almost tit for tat.
WIPO reported that in 2011 global patent applications broke the two million mark. This journey is one of almost constant growth spanning more than two decades. Could such an increase herald a bright new future of global technological brilliance?