Advanced Engineering

Tesla and Trade Secrets: the importance of a rounded IP strategy

We recently discussed how trade secrets can be a valuable tool in a company’s IP arsenal when handled properly, and Tesla is a good example of a company who uses a multi-faceted IP strategy to give them a commercial edge. Tesla has featured heavily in the news over the past...

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Why Trade Secrets Could Be An Important Part Of Your IP Strategy

Most tech companies will consider patents to be a “must-have” element of their intellectual property (IP) strategy, but the strength of trade secrets is becoming more evident. Trade secrets can be particularly useful as a complement to patents or when patent protection is not available. Recently, Bumble filed a lawsuit...

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Nurturing green technologies for a post-plastics era

With the current atmosphere of renewed efforts and motivation to minimise our impact on the natural environment, plastics are in the spotlight. Plastics crop up regularly in our daily lives, particularly in the packaging of the food, drinks and other consumer products that we use. The durability of the polymers...

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Medical imaging- increasing innovation yet outdated equipment

If you are unfortunate enough to require an MRI or CT scan, you might reasonably expect that the equipment is state-of-the-art.  However, a recent report published by AXREM suggests that over half of CT and MRI scanners in the UK are more than five years old, with more than 10%...

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What You Didn’t See at the Super Bowl: What The NFL’s Secret Technology War Can Teach Your Business

The culmination of the NFL’s 2018 season, the Super Bowl, was played last night between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles. Those of you who stayed up late would have seen the Eagles crowned NFL champions as they overcame the Patriots 41 – 33 in the game’s dying minutes. However, what...

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