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The WIPO Journal - 2012 Volume 3 Issue 2
Analysis and Debate of Intellectual Property Issues
Contents: Global Governance in Intellectual Property Protection: Does the Decision-making Forum Matter? | Weakening Multilateralism in Intellectual Property Lawmaking: A European Perspective on ACTA | Climate Change and the Debate around Green Technology Transfer and Patent Rules: History, Prospect and Unresolved Issues | Patents for Humanity | Reform Proposals on the Geographical Indications of the European Union for the Protection of Traditional Knowledge | International Intellectual Property Law and Policy: Can the Caribbean Region Capitalize on Current Global Developmental Trends in Intellectual Property Rights and Innovation Policies? | Trends of Patent and Utility Model Activities in Asia and Africa: a Comparison of Regional Innovation, FDI and Economic Activity
Année de publication: 2013
IPC Green Inventory
This brochure explains how the IPC Green Inventory can give direct access to the latest patent information about technologies in a number of fields including alternative energy production, energy conservation, transportation, waste management, and agriculture and forestry
Année de publication: 2012
Guide to Technology Databases
The present Guide is a detailed technical paper aimed at industrial property office examiners and users in general to assist them in identifying the correct database and using the possible functionalities and tools offered by specific databases. The current Guide examines a selection of commercial and non-commercial database services considered representative of the broader population of existing services in order to illustrate types and combinations of features available through these services.
Technology and Innovation Support Centers (TISC): Implementation Guide
The Technology and Innovation Support Center (TISC) program, run by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), is designed to give innovators easy access to locally based, high quality technology information and related services.
Protecting your inventions abroad: Frequently asked questions about the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT)
These frequently asked questions outline the PCT procedure from an applicant's perspective.
The WIPO Journal - 2011 Volume 2 Issue 2
Contents: The Juridification of Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Botswana | The Economic Effects of Geographical Indications on Developing Country Producers: A Comparison of Darjeeling and Oolong Teas | Filing date requirements under the Patent Cooperation Treaty: Alignment with the Patent Law Treaty? | IP in Global Governance: A Venture in Critical Reflection | Competition Law and IP Abuse Prevention in Australia: A Comparative Study
Année de publication: 2011
Technology and Innovation Support Centers (TISCs) - Enhancing innovation through knowledge and expertise
Technology and Innovation Support Centers (TISCs) are designed to provide innovators in developing countries with access to locally based, high quality technology information services and other related services.
Access to SPECIALIZED PATENT INFORMATION for Developing Countries - ASPI
Through the Access to Specialized Patent Information (ASPI) program, patent offices and academic and research institutions in developing countries can receive free or low-cost access to sophisticated tools and services for retrieving and analyzing patent data.
The WIPO Journal - 2010 Volume 2 Issue 1
Contents: Enforcement, Economics and Estimates | A Half Century of Research on Patent Economics | The Patent System in a Time of Turmoil | On Patenting Costs | Intellectual Property Enforcement in Smaller UK Firms: Findings from a Survey in 2009–2010 | Mitigating “Anticommons” Harms to Research in Science and Technology: New Moves in “Legal Jujitsu” against Unintended Adverse Consequences of the Exploitation of Intellectual Property Rights on Results of Publicly and Privately Funded Research | Compulsory Licensing as an Antitrust Remedy | Open Source Software: Economics, Innovation, Law and Policy | Has the Shift to Stronger Intellectual Property Rights Promoted Technology Transfer, FDI, and Industrial Development? | The Strengthening of IPR Protection: Policy Complements | The Curious Economics of Parallel Imports | The Role of Intellectual Property Rights in Addressing Climate Change: The Case of Agriculture
Année de publication: 2010
Learn from the Past, Create the Future: Inventions and Patents
“Inventions and Patents” is the first of WIPO's Learn from the past, create the future series of publications aimed at young students. This series was launched in recognition of the importance of children and young adults as the creators of our future. Combining fun with facts, and packed with illustrations, the publication takes young readers on a journey through the world of inventions and patents. Simple explanations of how patents work, why we need them, and how they contribute to scientific and technological progress, are interspersed with the stories behind successful inventions. Inventor Profiles are drawn from around the world, and teachers are encouraged to supplement these by getting their students to research inventions from their home country.