These case studies demonstrate how the PCT has been used in the real world to promote innovation in both developed and developing countries. They have been extracted from the IP Advantage database which provides a one-stop gateway to case studies that chronicle the intellectual property experiences of inventors, creators, entrepreneurs and researchers from across the globe.
|Industrial Engineering||United States of America||Patenting for Cleaner Air|
|Durable Household Products||Philippines||Rising Above the Competition|
|Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology||India||Building on a Foundation of IP|
|Building Materials and Fixtures||Germany||A Green Stone Age for the Future|
|Health Care Equipment and Services||Italy, Republic of Korea||The Capsule Crawler: Inside View Made Easy|
|Software and Computer Services||Germany||From IP Setbacks to IP Success|
|Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology||Germany||Quality and Innovation through IP Protection|
|Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology||Singapore||Painless Bone Regeneration|
|Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology||Norway, Switzerland||Strategic Partnership and IP Policy for Competing against Pharmaceutical Giants|
|Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology||India||Innovating India’s Pharmaceutical Industry|
IP Advantage – Case studies on Intellectual Property
The IP Advantage is a joint project developed by WIPO’s Communications Division and the WIPO Japan Office, based on a proposal from Japan and supported by the Japan Funds-in-Trust for Industrial Property. It aims to promote a better understanding of how to create and protect intellectual property and reap the benefits provided by the IP system.