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The Australian Government has committed to reduce the regulatory burden for individuals, businesses and community organisations by at least $1 billion per year. All Government department portfolios have been asked to complete an audit of their existing regulations, including measuring the compliance cost of the regulations on businesses and individuals.
Protein crystallography continues to be essential for understanding proteins in health and disease, and enabling rational design of drug targets. This article provides a short demonstration of some of our patent analytics techniques, using PCT applications from the EPO PATSTAT database related to 3D structures of proteins.
Climate, water availability and soil quality all affect the availability of food supplies. Agricultural practices, and in particular the use of additives or pest control, can increase yield. Increasingly, such practices incorporate the use of nanomaterials.
This report provides an overview of technology relating to pollen allergens in general, with a particular focus on immunoassays and diagnostics, through the lens of intellectual property (IP). It uses the scale and intensity of patent activity to provide an overview of innovation in the area.
This report provides an analysis of the Australian pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industry through the lens of patents. By using the scale and intensity of patent activity, identifying areas of technological specialisation, and assessing the level of collaboration, the report provides an overview of pharmaceutical innovation in Australia.
This paper uses an open database, Intellectual Property Government Open Data (IPGOD), which matches the Australian IP registries to firm level data, in combination with world patent databases to detail the patent filing activity and innovation areas in the mining sector.
The Economic Impact of Innovation Patents report assesses how effective the innovation patent has been at achieving its objectives through analysis of applicant filing behaviour and a range of econometric tests. This report uses IP Australia’s administrative data to conduct an economic review of the innovation patent system.
This report provides a collation of data and information about the IP system in Australia, where Australia sits in the global IP system, and how it measures up against other countries. It is the third Intellectual Property report release from IP Australia.