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Case Study: IP design for medical technology

An innovative solution to automatically analyze carb intake while eating. To keep blood-sugar levels stable within a healthy range, the body processes multiple, complex information from the brain, digestive system, and other sensory perception like gl ...

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IP and Hallucinogens – is it possible?

The blog provides an overview of the overlapping IP and ethical issues on the use of hallucinating substances such as LSD, psilocybin, MDMA etc. for psychedelics therapies. Mental illness is not restricted to any country and can affect anyone’s regula ...

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Did they really patent this use case? – The Lego eco-system

The LEGO group is a Danish toy company, which was founded in 1932 by Ole Kirk Christiansen. He was a carpenter who initially started with the production of wooden toys for children, but introduced in 1947 the now famous plastic bricks. In 2015 the Gro ...

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Webinar of the Latin America IP SME Helpdesk: “Safe Digitalization through Intellectual Property, from Europe to the world”

The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) driven by data is a process, where smart connected devices, faster wireless internet and artificial intelligence are transforming the global economy. It leads to an increase of internet traffic with an estimated ...

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Developing IP Strategies for the digital transformation: CEIPI MIPLM 2021-22

The MIPLM program started in January 2022 with 30+ students from thirteen different countries in Europe, Asia and Latin America at the Center for International Intellectual Property Studies, CEIPI, in Strasbourg. The 1st module of the MIPLM focusses o ...

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Is the EU Falsified Medicine Directive efficient to curb counterfeits?

The article analyses the 2019 amendment of the EU Falsified Medicine Directive that introduced Article 54(a) and Article 4. The provisions are incorporated to protect the interest of patients. They are closely associated with the European Union Trade ...

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IP Design is the ticket to the Metaverse’s business models

We’re monitoring patent activity around the Metaverse everywhere around the world. Thereby, it doesn’t matter at all that the metaverse doesn’t exist yet. The Metaverse is a good example of how IP design works. Because IP design is n ...

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Origins of IP Management – Episode 1 „Business Models and the Internet of Things“

In this “Origins of IP Management” episode we want to discuss the Paper: Fleisch/Weinberger/Wortmann: „Business Models and the Internet of Things“, Bosch, Technical Report, 9/2014 Cannot open the video? Please click: https://youtu.be/QHYpyUsDVf0  This ...

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Training at Elmos Semiconductor SE: Importance of the quality of IP-Management in the automotive sector

Elmos Semiconductor SE is a German manufacturer of semiconductor products founded in 1984 in Dortmund. It is the the world leader in mixed-signal integrated circuit solutions and develops, produces, and sells application-specific integrated circuits ( ...

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Patent protected customer experience at NETFLIX and Disney+: New research project at the MIPLM

The increasing focus on the streaming business is paying off for Disney: In the first two quarters of 2021, the group attracted significantly more new subscribers than competitor Netflix. In the highly competitive streaming market, the US entertainmen ...

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