Publications & reports
This report provides an analysis of technology relating to algae 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.
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia in the world, and the second leading cause of death here in Australia. It is a progressive disease with the biggest risk factor being age and so far there is little hope for sufferers.
This paper accompanies the release of our 2017 Australian Intellectual Property report. It explores the Australian network of collaboration in all IP rights and looks at the international comparison of university–industry collaboration with patent data.
It is clear that manufacturing in Australia is transforming and its long-term health lies in developing new and innovative ways of thinking. The future lies in value-adding activities from product concept, research and development, design and production, to distribution and after-sales service.
This report details the economic and econometric framework adopted in the current study conduced by the OCE in examining the relationship between the Grace Periods and Promoting Innovation.