Lauri Rechardt, Director of Licensing and Legal Policy at IFPI, the association representing the recording industry worldwide, charts the latest developments in the global recorded music business.
Iain Richardson discusses some of the lessons learned by the pharmaceutical giant, Eli Lilly and Company, in transferring technology to treat multi-drug resistant tuberculosis to middle and low income countries.
Horace Trubridge of the Musicians’ Union explains why musicians are lobbying for a fairer share of digital income.
Olaf Diegel’s 3-D printed musical instruments are creating a great new sound. He believes 3-D printing technologies offer huge potential to foster innovation and improve product development.
Disputes relating to the unauthorized use of the personal image of famous personalities are increasingly common. In 2012, Guernsey established the world’s first image registry. David Evans of Collas Crill IP in Guernsey, explains why it is important and how it operates.
February 2014 - Peter Hoffman, Boeing’s Vice President of Intellectual Property Management, talks about the company’s approach to IP and shares his views on the future of flight.
April 2014 - Since the launch of the first mainstream game console by Nintendo in 1985, video games have become a global industry worth an estimated US$65 billion. It is the fastest growing sector of the entertainment industry and an important driver of economic growth.
June 2014 - Wearable tech is both the newest technology trend and one of the oldest – we have been wearing functional objects ever since watchmakers like Peter Henlein developed portable clocks in the 16th Century.