Cambridge has by far the highest number of patents per 100,000 population in the UK, with almost 102 (2014 patents granted through the UK Intellectual Property Office only). Aberdeen, the second ranked city, recorded 19.7 patents per 100,000 population in the same year. Read more in the original report from the Centre for Cities here.
This month’s issue of Cambridge’s local business magazine features an article about the activities of our Innovation and IP Management (IIPM) research group. Read the article here.
We are looking for two UROP students to support our research on Intellectual Property Management during the summer. For details on the projects see here.
Have you ever got an e-mail from a student asking you to comment on a draft of a survey? How do you do this efficiently? I find it strange that most online survey tools that I have seen and used do not provide a specific function for it! Anyway, at least I found a tool now that can help and avoid creating a PDF or even printing the survey draft for manual annotation. Have a look here.
Just published: Read in our recent CTM newsletter about the activities of the Innovation and IP Mangement (IIPM) research group. Also note the third Strategic IP Forum (SIPF) will take place on 24 May 2016 at the IfM. Further details to follow soon.