Google has been involved in the development of a wide range of technology since its inception as a search engine in 1998. Google has diversified into mobile communications, with the development of the popular Android operating system. The American tech giant has also turned its hand to wearable technology, with the somewhat controversial Google Glass. […]
Insights: September 2015
Researchers should keep in mind that broad claims applying the discovery of a biomarker and disease correlation are currently patentable in Europe but not in the US. Neil Thornton and Andrew Carridge of Reddie & Grose report. This article was originally published in Life Sciences Intellectual Property Review. Click here to view the article. Patents […]
Are you considering outsourcing to China but concerned about the potential pitfalls? You are not alone. While shifting production overseas offers significant cost reductions it does bring challenges, not least because it requires transmission of sensitive technical information to suppliers and the significant distances and time differences involved can make it difficult for you to […]
Innovative ideas can take many forms, and an idea may be revolutionary and disruptive, or it may be incremental and founded on established technology. Equally, the process for identifying innovative ideas can take many forms. The main driver for selecting an appropriate process will very likely be the size of your organisation. For individuals or […]
Reddie & Grose partner Tom Sharman offers IP advice in the masterclass section of this month’s edition of professional engineering.
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