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New IP Business Clinic launched

Building on the previous HTB Clinic, CIP is supporting the EPO to build a broader mentoring platform across Europe, which is renamed the IP Business Clinic. We will run two more clinics in 2023 scheduled for Nov. 6-10 and Dec. 4-8. The goal is to create a platform of leading experts at the interface of IP and business strategy to support high-growth technology businesses. We will continue to build partnerships with incubators, science parks, innovation hubs, research centers, patent offices, etc. to support this development.

More information here.

Center for Intellectual Property x Innovation Policy George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School

The Center for Intellectual Property x Innovation Policy (C-IP2) at George Mason University – Antonin Scalia Law School invites applications for a non-resident fellowship program. The Thomas Edison Innovation Law and Policy Fellowship program is designed to develop rigorous scholarship on intellectual property (IP), creativity, and innovation law and policy.

The Fellowship promotes excellent academic research about IP and related rights in the innovative and creative communities. The program consists of a series of three (3) invitation-only meetings over the course of a year. Fellows are required to attend the entirety of all three roundtables, and attendance is a material condition of a Fellowship. Over the course of these meetings, Edison Fellows work under the guidance of Distinguished Commentators and with each other to turn paper ideas into polished manuscripts publishable in law reviews or other academic journals. The Fellowship is designed primarily for tenure-track professors and for lawyers and Ph.D. graduates interested in academic positions focusing on research in IP, creativity, and innovation. C-IP2 also considers applications from recently tenured academics and from practitioners interested in writing about IP, creativity, or innovation policy.

To read more about it, please click here.

Making research results work for society

Registrations are open for our new event: Making research results work for society which will take place in Brussels on 26 October 2023. This is part of the EU awareness-raising campaign and we created it together with various actors through a public call. It will be a forum to exchange ideas and best practices, award innovative projects and network with players from across the EU. For those who cannot make it to Brussels, they can follow us online.

Thursday 26 October 2023, 09:30-16:15 (CEST)

For more information and registration, please click here.