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WIPO/PUB/GREEN/FL/IMPACT2

Green School's installation of SOURCE Hydropanels in Bali, Indonesia

Matchmaking Impact Stories

In 2018, Green School started looking for a way to produce clean drinking water for its campus on Bali, Indonesia. Thanks to a WIPO GREEN project, the school established collaboration with Zero Mass Water and brought sustainable potable water – generated from sunlight and air – to its students.

Publication year: 2019

WIPO/PUB/455/2019

Guide to the International Registration of Marks under the Madrid Agreement and the Madrid Protocol

This Guide is primarily intended for applicants and holders of international registrations of marks, as well as officials of the competent administrations of the Member States of the Madrid Union. It leads them through the various steps of the international registration procedure and explains the essential provisions of the Madrid Agreement, the Madrid Protocol and the Common Regulations.

Publication year: 2019

WIPO/PUB/901/2019

Patent Cooperation Treaty Yearly Review – 2019

The International Patent System

Comprehensive facts, figures and analysis of the international patent system. Special theme: 40 years of the Patent Cooperation Treaty

Publication year: 2019

WIPO/PUB/GC/18

WIPO Re:Search: Advancing science for neglected tropical diseases, malaria and tuberculosis

This edition of the Global Challenges In Focus series takes an in-depth look at some of WIPO Re:Search's most promising scientific collaborations and their potential impacts – as described by the researchers and organizations involved.

Publication year: 2019

WIPO/PUB/GREENSTRPL1923

WIPO GREEN Strategic Plan 2019 – 2023

The WIPO GREEN Strategic Plan 2019 – 2023 sets forth clear goals and objectives for the public-private partnership, providing a roadmap that will enable WIPO GREEN to advance its mission: to provide an online platform for technology exchange that will contribute to the accelerated adaption, adoption, and deployment of green technology solutions by connecting technology providers with technology seekers.

Publication year: 2019

WIPO/TISC/REPORT/18

Technology and Innovation Support Centers (TISCs) Report 2018

Celebrating 10 years of TISCs

This Annual Report highlights key trends and milestones of the TISC program since its launch in 2009, with a focus on the main achievements and developments in 2018.

Publication year: 2019

WIPO/PUB/ECONSTAT/WP/56

Measuring Innovation in the Mining Industry with Patents

Economic Research Working Paper No. 56

Traditionally, the mining sector has been considered a slow innovator compared to other industries, like the manufacturing or pharmaceutical industries. However, we observe an upsurge in the innovation activity of the mining industry in the first half of the 2000s. During this period, mining innovation started to increase rapidly after periods of stagnation and downward trends. To conduct and in-depth investigation of the global trends and patterns behind this structural change in mining innovation, we formulated a general search strategy to identify patent activity in this sector. The strategy is repeatable over time and in multiple databases. It enabled us to produce a dataset of patents in mining and mining-related technologies. Using this newly-created database we identified at the basis of the structural change a switch away from refining technologies into exploration and environmental technologies probably explained by the took over of the so-called 4th Industrial Revolution. The types of actors active in the mining innovation also changed across time: there are now many more individuals, research centers and universities innovating in mining and relatively less companies. Finally, the country composition in the pool of mining innovation activity has radically changed with the appearance of China on the global scene starting from early 2000.

Publication year: 2019

WIPO/PUB/ECONSTAT/WP/55

Innovation in the Mining Sector and Cycles in Commodity Prices

Economic Research Working Paper No. 55

This paper analyses the evolution of innovation in the mining sector and how this innovation responds to the economic environment, in particular to changes in commodity prices. For this purpose, we combine commodity price data with innovation data as proxied by patent filings extracted from a novel unit record database containing comprehensive patent and firm level data for the mining sector from 1970 to 2015. We include patents registered both by mining companies and mining equipment, technology and service (METS) firms. With a multi-country panel analysis, we find that innovation in the mining sector is cyclical. Innovation increases in periods of high commodity prices while decreasing during commodity price recessions. Our results suggest that innovation increases mostly with long price cycle variations, while mostly unaffected by medium and short cycles. METS related innovation seem the driving force of this mechanism. In contrast, countries specializing in mining industries are found to be slower in reacting to price changes.

Publication year: 2019

WIPO/PUB/ECONSTAT/WP/54

Innovation and IP Rights in the Chilean Copper Mining Sector: The Role of the Mining, Equipment, Technology and Services Firms

Economic Research Working Paper No. 54

This analysis of intellectual property (IP) protection practices among mining equipment, technology and services suppliers (METS) in Chile's copper mining sector adds to a body of literature that has hitherto focused on high-income countries. It is based on data collated from an online survey of resident METS and on semi-structured interviews of executives from mining companies and suppliers, including two universities. The main conclusion is that, although METS appear to be innovative in relation to the mining sector and the economy as a whole, only a few use intellectual property rights (IPRs) to protect their innovations. The main reasons for this finding appear to be the cost and expected complexity of the registration process. Another noteworthy finding is the view that Chile has the requisite legal IPR expertise, but commercial capabilities (expertise in IPR-based innovation management and business plans) are much less developed. In the last section, four case studies of product and process innovation by four mining suppliers add some interesting insights to the analysis.

Publication year: 2019