With COP26 fast approaching, the UK have a unique opportunity to lead the world in joining forces to act against climate change and safeguard the world for future generations. No single country and no single technology can solve climate change.
Insights: October 2021
The EPO’s Enlarged Board of Appeal has today (28 October 2021) formally issued its written decision on case G1/21 on whether oral proceedings can be held by video conference without the parties’ consent.
Automotive Round Table: Sustainability in the automotive industry – and why ICE may be more sustainable than you think
Discussing sustainability in the automotive industry generally, and what role alternative fuels such as hydrogen and biofuels, specifically, may play in the future of sustainable transport.
Following the European Patent Office’s decision to refuse two European patent applications in which an AI system, referred to as DABUS, was designated as inventor. The Board of Appeal hears arguments requesting that the decision to refuse be set aside and that the DABUS AI system be named as the inventor as the actual deviser of the invention.
Described as the most prestigious global environmental prize in history, the Earthshot Prize, launched by Prince William and David Attenborough last year, has been designed to incentivise change and to catalyse a decade of action to repair the Earth. On Sunday 17th October 2021, in a star-studded ceremony held in London, the first ever winners of the Earthshot Prize were announced.
At 90, William Shatner will be the oldest person to go to space tomorrow on board “New Shepard”, a reusable suborbital rocket system.
Congratulations to Andrew Carridge, Gavin Dundas and Jon West who all appear in Managing Intellectual Property’s list of Rising Stars for 2021.
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