Published: 21 March 2017

For the seventh year in a row, WIPO’s filing systems show appetite for international intellectual property (IP) has grown.

Published: 9 March 2017

The importation of counterfeit goods pose a great risk to Australian businesses. If you’re an intellectual property (IP) rights owner there are steps you can take to prevent their importation.

Published: 8 March 2017

To celebrate International Womens Day we want to acknowledge some pioneers with an intellectual property connection.

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Published: 22 February 2017

There is so much to think about when starting a new business. Fortunately there is a new app available that ensures all your bases are covered. 

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Published: 16 February 2017

Alex Grant is co-founder and CEO of Myriota, a start-up spun out of research from the University of South Australia which uses satellite technology to provide two-way data connectivity for remote sensors and devices – benefiting farmers, resource companies, environmental agencies, governments, defence agencies and industries with remote operations.  

Published: 8 February 2017

An official review has been released by Innovation and Science Australia (ISA) on the business of creating, transferring and applying knowledge within Australia, including feedback on our intellectual property (IP) system.

Published: 6 February 2017

We’re proud to support high school students who are passionate about science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) through our involvement in the National Youth Science Forum (NYSF), Questacon’s Smart Skills Initiative (QSSI) and the BHP Billiton Science & Engineering Awards.

Published: 24 January 2017

Today, Australia’s farmers number around 135 000 and produce enough food to feed 80 million people, providing 93 per cent of the domestic food supply. The agricultural and food production industry has evolved from convict workers and experiment farms, to innovations in agricultural implements, pest control, food science and digital agriculture; innovations which will be crucial in solving the global challenges of food production and sustainability.

Published: 21 December 2016

Many countries around the world celebrate Christmas. Lots share similar traditions and tastes around the Christmas period. Advances with technology and previously electricity have changed how we celebrate and decorate our homes.

Christmas lights for many are a tradition. These initially started out as candle decorations on the tree themselves. While visually appealing, the fire risks were real. Imagine a traditional tree being burnt up by your candles! Certainly not a way you would want to spend your holidays.

Published: 20 December 2016

Giving gifts at Christmas and events like birthdays in a modern society require us to have effective and efficient transport systems. The ability to have enough supply to meet consumer demands has led to numerous innovations in supply chain and transportation.

We’ve been shipping goods around the world for a very long time. It’s still the most popular way to transport something from one part of the world to another. The scale of modern ships allow for large volumes of goods to be moved on one powerful ship.