Intellectual property stories - Page 2
Pegasystems to deploy automation solution for IP Australia
The solution will aim to improve overall customer experience by automating business processes for the government agency.
NZ IP specialist expands to Asia with IPOS partnership
Asia saw the highest number of applications for patents, trademarks and industrial designs of any region in 2015.
Kiwi innovation set to benefit from revamped trans-Tasman patent regime
New Zealand and Australian businesses to benefit from improved advice on patenting as new Patents Amendment Bill passes.
Unitec launches new high-tech research network to boost innovation and IP
Unitec's new high-tech research network has been launched to help boost the country's innovation and IP creation prospects.
Victoria University taking charge of innovation by offering free tech IP
Victoria University hopes to bring together industry and open source technology to increase local innovations, through the Easy Access IP programme.
SAM & Gemalto team up for IP protection, lead way for device vendors
Snell Advanced Media partners with Gemalto to protect intellectual property and apply software-based licensing for broadcast platforms.
It's not always about malware: Forensic data analysis will find theft fast
Cyber crime is not just limited to malware attacks - what about intellectual property or data theft, asks security company Computer Forensics.
Govt announce intellectual property regime
The British government launches study on creative sector's interaction with copyright and designs in a changing technological landscape.
NZ govt gives up chasing NextWindow R&D grants
The government has given up on trying to claw back $3.9 million in research and development grants paid to failed touchscreen developer NextWindow.
Seven startups gain repayable government grants totalling $3.15 million
Seven government grants, totaling $3.15 million, have been awarded to New Zealand startups through technology business incubators.
Sweeter NZ govt film incentive to boost activity, NZFC's Gibson says
New Zealand's film industry is gearing up for a bumper year as the government's sweeter incentives lures foreign projects and boosts domestic produ.
Cervical cancer screening firm TruScreen to list on small-cap NZAX
TruScreen, which develops a cervical cancer screening system, plans to join the small-cap NZX Alternative Market next week in a compliance listing.
GlycoSyn seeks new customers for drug ingredient worth 20 times more than gold
GlycoSyn is seeking new global customers for kifunensine, a key ingredient in the manufacture of a drug for the treatment of rare genetic disorders.
Copyright Infringement law: Submission deadline 5pm today
The deadline for submissions on the Copyright (Infringing File Sharing) regulations is today at 5pm.
Divide and Conquer
Do you dread having conversations about intellectual property? Not sure where to start?.
Intellectual property - Some myths about who owns what
Will you own the intellectual property rights (IP) in what your friends and family develop?.
Do you have a great idea but don’t know how to get it to market? You are not alone.
Declaration urges big changes to ACTA
The goal of ACTA is to set a new, higher benchmark for intellectual property rights (IPRs) enforcement that countries can join on a voluntary basis.
Copyright laws brought into the 21st century
How many of us have been tempted to buy a copy of the latest movie release on DVD at our local market?.