There’s a veggie-driven revolution going on in the food industry right now. Led by customer demand for meat alternatives (the…Read More
Invitation to futurist-tech innovations seminar
20 September 2017, Browne Jacobson, Nottingham 27 September 2017, Barker Brettell, Birmingham 2.15pm – 4.30pm Technology is moving at a…Read More
British cars are becoming more British – UK Automotive Council Report 2017
A recent report by the UK Automotive Council has found that cars manufactured in the UK are including more British…Read More
The essential Intellectual Property (IP) guide for small businesses
What is IP? IP can be a trade mark (which is the legal name for your brand), a design (which…Read More
Sugar and spice and all things nice – that’s what soft drinks are made of!
The soft drinks industry levy nicknamed the ‘sugar tax’ was announced in the 2016 Budget and was a key part…Read More
The three minute guide to IP for startups
Intellectual Property (IP) can be important for any business, but for startups it can be a vital tool to help…Read More
Eye, Robot – Neural Interfaces Take Over
Prostheses are probably first in mind when considering the world of bionic technologies. The use of muscular movement to generate…Read More
Can innovation ultimately put the lid on waste?
In 2015 £12.5 billion of food waste (£470 per household) was generated in the UK, contributing to a global total…Read More
Opportunity NOx – What Next for Diesel?
This year Barker Brettell’s automotive team headed up by Dr Andy Tranter, patent attorney and partner, will be publishing a…Read More
Win, lose or draw?
Registered designs protect the appearance of an article. Filing an application is easy, and is fairly quick and inexpensive. But,…Read More
Cambodia signs a Validation Agreement with the European Patent Office
Cambodia has signed a Validation Agreement with the European Patent Office (EPO) to recognise European patents in Cambodia. This agreement…Read More
IP for AI: can we patent an artificial human expert?
Recently there have been several stories in the media about how we are all at risk of being replaced by…Read More