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  • Nintendo’s patents 1949-2002: Hiroshi Yamauchi’s legacy

    By Oliver Rubens on September 19, 2013 In IP
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    Hiroshi Yamauchi spent 53 years running Nintendo as company CEO. During that time, the company filed over 1,000 patents as Nintendo transformed itself from a collectable trading card company into one of the most recognisable video game brands in the world. During Hiroshi Yamauchi’s tenure, the company developed some iconic products with suitable patent protection. We take a look at […]
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  • Graphene patents – China now in the lead by number of graphene patent applications made

    By Oliver Rubens on August 27, 2013 In IP
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    Cambridge, UK (27 August 2013) – According to CambridgeIP research, cited by the Wall Street Journal, Chinese based entities have now applied for more graphene patents than entities based elsewhere. In a feature article titled ‘Wonder Material Ignites Scientific Gold Rush’ Wall Street Journal science reporter Gautam Naik refers to research by CambridgeIP revealing there have now been over 9,200 […]
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  • Biomass and biofuels: how to integrate industrial and innovation policies with renewable energy obligations

    By Ilian Iliev on May 5, 2011 In IP
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      There is a need for innovation and industrial upgrade policies to be co-ordinated with renewable energy capacity obligations for Bulgaria and other accession member states to the EU: that was the main message of a presentation by CambridgeIP’s CEO Ilian Iliev at a recent workshop on The Costs and Benefits of Renewables: Biomass organised by the Center for Study of Democracy in Sofia, […]
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  • PIRA International interview with Quentin Tannock (Chairman, CambridgeIP) ahead of the NanoMaterials 2011 conference

    By Sarah Helm on May 4, 2011 In IP
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    Last week PIRA International interviewed Quentin Tannock (Chairman, CambridgeIP) ahead of the NanoMaterials 2011 conference (London, June 2011).  Read below for Quentin’s responses on a range of topics including: Open innovation in nanotech; Challenges and opportunities in pushing out nano materials R&D into industry; Fostering relationships across the disparate end-use sectors of nanotechnology. > A lot of people talk about open […]
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  • The role of IP in accelerating innovation and diffusion of renewable energy technologies: business practices and policy options

    By Sarah Helm on April 19, 2011 In IP
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    On 11 April 2011, I  presented at the London Metropolitan Business School Energy Day 2011 event on ‘The Role of IP in accelerating innovation and diffusion of renewable energy technologies: business practices and policy options’. To find out more about the event, please visit our events page. Intellectual property rights (IPR) are thought to encourage innovation by providing inventors with the […]
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