Tag: Patent

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Helping babies breathe

After spending endless nights making prototypes in a basement, doctors Kjell Nilsson and Gunnar Moa finally solved the riddle

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Can you not patent a beer?

On 15 March 2017, the coalition No Patents on Seeds issued a press release to stop patents on beer,

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EPO gets Stricter on Requirements for Recording Assignments

The EPO is going to take a stricter approach for recording an assignment of EP applications. Up until now

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European Patent Office: New PPH agreements on the way

The ever expanding Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) network keeps getting new additions, and as usual, the AWAPATENT IP Blog

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The value of design patents

It is a perfectly clear, crisp morning as I make my way from Washington DC’s Union Station, through a

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Unified Patent Court – one step closer to opening the Court

On October 1 2015, a Protocol to the UPC Agreement was signed by first seven member states . It

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Can innovative clean tech companies save the world…and still be profitable?

Well, as we all know, innovation and research and development usually cost a lot of money, and the simplest

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The Indian Jungle – an IP perspective, part 2

To foreign applicants filing a patent application in India takes place “at the IPO”, but in reality there is

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The Indian Jungle – an IP perspective, part 1

“Now these are the laws of the jungle, and many and mighty are they…” – Rudyard Kipling wrote these

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European patent validation in Morocco and Tunisia

Recently, the EPO has initiated work on a new interesting possibility for European patent applicants. Namely, the EPO has

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