15 January 2013: Graphene race could still be won by UK
Sky News draws on CambridgeIP research and an interview with Quentin Tannock (Chairman, CambridgeIP) to conclude that â€œCountries like China appear to be leading the way in developing the “super-material” graphene, but the UK remains a contenderâ€. Quentin Tannock told Sky News: “The race for value from graphene is far from over. Graphene is a very complex technology space. The graphene race is more of a marathon than a sprint. And in my view the winners of the race for value from graphene will be the smart rather than the swift. UK inventors have a well-deserved reputation for being highly innovative, and there is much room in the graphene patent landscape for the UK to develop world leadership around key aspects of graphene technologies. However, UK-based innovators and UK policymakers must understand how very intense international competition around graphene is and how the UK, and UK innovators, must compete to win”. To read the full article, clickÂ here.