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How well do university students understand IP?
Although 68% of UK students say they expect to be involved in creative or innovative activity that involves intellectual property during their higher education, many students have no idea whether there is any IP in their particular project work (19%), nor how to protect it (14%) or who to talk to about it (46%).
SMEs, Innovation and IP: Pillow Talk
Four Ways That Patents Foster Innovation
India-based firm GreyB Services has researched and expounded on four statistics that it says demonstrate the value of patents for innovation, in the areas of licensing fees, economic growth, diverse innovation, and continuing improvements.
IP helps power the world’s innovative economies
This year’s Global Innovation Index (GII) has once again ranked national economies according to their innovation capabilities, with several factors related to intellectual property (IP) contributing to the innovative capacity of these countries.
SMEs and innovation at the EU Digital Festival – Mi.Mu Gloves
Investment capital, intensive R&D, good business partners, education, equality, appropriate government regulation (including intellectual property protection), and perhaps most of all great innovative ideas, were among the issues that start-ups and other small and medium sized companies (SMEs) discussed with Ideas Matter at the recent EU Digital Festival in Brussels as key issues for the success of their innovations and companies.