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Innovation and Intellectual Property Management (IIPM) Laboratory

The following is a list of short industry focused articles through which we hope to contribute to better IP management practice:



Tietze, F. (2019). From innovative ideas to viable businesses: How an IP strategy can help. The Manufacturer. UK.

Tietze, F. (2018). "How an open approach to patents can help building a sustainable future." Department of Engineering Newsletter(23 (Spring)): 8.

Tietze, F. (2018). "Five IP challenges for a digital economy." The Manufacturer(October).

Tietze, F. (2018). "IP challenges for a digital economy." IfM Review(9).

Tietze, F. (2017). "What happens to IP when David meets Goliath?" The Manufacturer(March): 60-62.

Tietze, F. (2017). How an open approach to patents could help build a sustainable future. The Conversation: online only.

Tietze, F. (2017). How a free-for-all on patents could help build a sustainable future. The Independent: online only.

Tietze, F. and G. D. Lauritzen (2016). "IP challenges in multi-partner collaboration." PARTNER - Institute for Collaborative Working: 90-91.

Tietze, F. (2016). "Patently not obvious." Cambridge Business(May): 34-37.

Tietze, F. (2016). "Getting to grips with IP." IfM Review(5): 10.

Tietze, F. and D. Probert (2015). "Patent informatics for collaboration management." PARTNER - Institute for Collaborative Working(May): 109-111.

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Congratulations to Max for securing a place on The Alan Turing Institute’s 2022/23 Enrichment scheme. His research focuses on the identification and classification of climate change mitigation technologies from patent data. Further details here .

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