Tag: Intellectual Property

Kubo

Kubo: The future of coding

Award-winning start-up KUBO Robotics helps teach young children the concept of coding with their interactive robot. A student project

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Olympic games well covered by Intellectual Property

The Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, have just started. For two weeks athletes around the world will

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XMReality: See it to believe it

Over the past ten years, Linköping based XMReality has gone from a small research company to a Software-as-a-service enterprise

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Per Augustsson, Christian Thiel and Anders Fogelberg, FlexQube

FlexQube: Brick by brick

Child’s play: Inspired by Lego, the founders of Gothenburg based FlexQube aim to make their customers best in the

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Laila Majiet’s daughter Sandra in 1988

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 “Real World” IP Tools Effectively Protect Virtual Reality?

Before long, billions of people around the world were working and playing in the OASIS every day. Some of

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In an international industry like Intellectual Property, global support is crucial for the promotion of women.

Women supporting women in IP Law

Outnumbered in a male dominated industry, the women in Intellectual Property Law are creating global networks to actively promote

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