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Webinars: License your valuable assets
Addresses the following questions: What is a license and why would you need one? How do you prepare to license and find the right partner? Seller beware, lessons and tips on the agreement tax implications, financial outcomes and royalty rates.
Categories: IP Management, Licensing, SMEs
Publications: 4iP Council’s experience in supporting IP Teaching
This slide set was presented by Axel Ferrazzini, Managing Director for IP Council, on the 24th October 2020 during an event for IP educators organised by the university teachers network, EIPTN, on the occasion of its 12th Anniversary Conference. The presentation covers resources developed by 4iP Council for supporting and orienting people interested in growing their business with intellectual property. EIPTN brings together dynamic intellectual property teachers of the European continent and further to build exchanges that benefit business, science, culture and society.
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Research: Patents to climate rescue: how intellectual property rights are fundamental to the development of renewable energy
by Arielle Aberdeen
This is a brief overview of the role of patents in renewable energy technologies. It is designed to provide the reader with an introduction on the concept and importance of renewable energy production; the role patents are playing in the development of these technologies; a statistical snapshot of the patents trends and global output of renewable energy; various governmental policies; and case study highlights. With the latter showcasing how two successful companies have used their IP in this area from the perspective of a large company and an SME. This is the first introductory article which will delve into different aspects of the renewable technology sector and intellectual property.