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Its 2021 and 3D printed products are becoming very exciting!

There is no doubt that with the COVID epidemic of 2020, the need for greater technological advance across the private and public sector has been apparent. With regards to this, 3D printed products are also playing a fundamental part in development, with the…

The UK AI industry is leading Europe in innovation

Impressively, the UK is leading the way against our European counterparts when it comes to the AI industry. According to a new report by Cognizant, which carried out a poll of 1,200 enterprise executives. “Almost 18% of organisations in the UK are already…

How Brexit will affect UK technology companies

On the 1st January 2020 we will leave the EU and the UK will become its own independent country. Although UK technology companies will continue to operate in Europe, without a European business address, the impact is huge, meaning that some technology companies…

New Cryptocurrency is gradually making headway

New cryptocurrency is gradually becoming more popular as investors look to trade between providers and commercial businesses look to adopt as an alternative form of currency. Whilst there is still along way to go before this monetary value becomes a much larger mainstream…

Protecting online creative work with Intellectual Property

When lockdown began earlier this year, schools, colleges and universities across the country rapidly turned to alternative teaching methods as useful tools including online creative work to help them deliver lessons and keep students engaged in learning. The outcome of this new type…

3D printing patent applications on the rise in Europe

Over recent years, Europe has seen the largest growth in 3D printing patent applications with an average annual growth rate of 36% from 2015 – 2018. In a recent study by epo.org – Patents and additive manufacturing – Trends in 3D-printing technologies. It…

Claiming compensation if your company faces IP infringement

No company or inventor wants to learn that their patent has been the victim of IP infringement. Having worked tirelessly through research and development to produce an IP protected product, design or service and paid out thousands of pounds to protect through intellectual…

Dealing with Intellectual property rights throughout COVID19

Businesses are showing increasing concern over their intellectual property rights and how they could become vulnerable.  The enforcement of COVID19 has seen legal departments forced to alter their way of working as well as courts being forced to close their doors to the…

Brexit is here! Intellectual Property is under legislation review

On the 31st January 2020 the UK officially left the EU, following the UK referendum to leave and subsequent years of discussion. Whilst the process will still take some time to complete due to various pieces of legislation that will need to be…