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The top three pieces of advice ex-Navy diver turned innovator Tim Lyons would give aspiring entrepreneurs on intellectual property (IP) would be: g

Pictured: innovators and former University of NSW (UNSW) graduates, Julian Chow and Alfred Boyadgis with their smart helmet system the Alpine F

Patented in 1996, WLAN, or WiFi as it is commonly known, is now installed in an estimated five billion devices such as laptops, phones, came

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It may feel like you’re traversing a minefield in cross country skis when you go to register your trade mark but it really shouldn’t be a difficult

Fly Babee

Necessity is the mother of all inventions, and so it was with Emma Lovell and the birth of Fly Babee.

Even though they had a ‘cool’ idea and couldn’t wait to get it to market, intellectual property (IP) was among the first considerations of inventor

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IP Australia design examiner Joe

Design examiners are often the first point of contact for many of the most ingenious innovations originating in Australia.

Canberran Trish Smith sat on a plane waiting for take-off.

 

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Nahida Bhuiyan has been an examiner in plant breeder’s rights (PBR) for nearly 10 years.

Forage pasture

Andrew Lake from Pristine Forage Technologies talks about how plant breeder’s rights has helped his business in this video series.

CEO of Intergrain Tress Walmsley

Intergrain has a highly successful wheat and barley program that targets the major cereal growing areas of Australia. Tress Walmsley, Intergrain CEO, talks about the company's transition to the end point royalty system.

Case studies

The top three pieces of advice ex-Navy diver turned innovator Tim Lyons would give aspiring entrepreneurs on intellectual property (IP) would be: g

Pictured: innovators and former University of NSW (UNSW) graduates, Julian Chow and Alfred Boyadgis with their smart helmet system the Alpine F

It may feel like you’re traversing a minefield in cross country skis when you go to register your trade mark but it really shouldn’t be a difficult