The new innovation hotspots

By Haydn Evans • December 19, 2017

The World Intellectual Property Organisation's 2017 Global Innovation Index recently revealed the top three innovation clusters in the world. SVP Product Marketing and Strategy Hayden Evans looks at the factors crutial to their success.

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) scientists and engineers are responsible for designing, building and testing cutting-edge technologies that send people into space. NASA is now experimenting with new ways to build technology.

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A new report from Kellogg Insight has identified the key role that scientific research plays in the development of patented inventions in the marketplace. Understanding the scientific research more effectively, enables companies to create more patentable ideas.  

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Joan Mill, Executive Vice President, EMEA Sales at CPA Global, speaks of the importance of Women in IP.

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This month we became one of the first companies in the world to obtain the ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management Systems certification.

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It can be frustrating when you don’t have info at your fingertips. With IP Departments under increasing scrutiny, the pressure to deliver value add is more extreme than ever.

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In an attempt to curb the behaviour of non-practising entities (NPEs), the Supreme Court will now limit ‘venue shopping’ in patent cases – stopping plaintiffs from choosing court locations they believe are favourable to the cases they are arguing.

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Accurate IP data can be used for expanded IP search and analytics to support business decision making – vital for companies trying to keep pace with innovation.

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Globally, 2.9 million patents were filed in 2015¹. That’s more than five new patents every minute.

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