In this analysis, Tom Gregory discusses the recent increase in patent filings in the field of quantum computing.
The UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) and the Science and Technologies Facilities Council (STFC) recently started a new collaboration
Claire Devine explains the need for a robust patent filing and prosecution strategy that mitigates against objections for lack of plausibility at the EPO.
In this virtual event, Appleyard Lees patent attorney Paul Beynon and trade mark attorney Olivia Hamilton ran a mock IP audit, with partner Richard Bray playing the part of a start-up client.
Trainee patent attorney Andrew Mullins looks at how to obtain patent protection for inventions within the diagnostic field.
Often, when the AI identifies a drug, and experiments confirm it is useful for the intended purpose, the drug can be patented. But what about the AI itself – can the AI be protected by patents, and should you try to?