Women inventors have not always received the credit they deserve, so let us take a moment to thank five of the world’s greatest female inventors and the ones that were left out of the history books, too.
A new decade is upon us, and its first two months have veered between ordinary and chaotic. What is sure is that 2020 is primed to feature a significant number of key IP law trends.
The dispute between Google and Oracle over the IP rights to Java code is finally nearing its end in the chambers of the U.S. Supreme Court.
The U.S. government's decision to repeal the Paramount Consent Decrees could have significant repercussions for Intellectual Property rights associated with American films.
Dennemeyer for the planet is campaigning to stop the destruction of the world's ecosystems, and in 2019, the group focused on the most fragile ones – our forests.
Without proper docketing techniques, interested parties run the risk of spending a lot of resources on filing patent applications without anything to show for at the end of the day.
A recent WIPO report on the geography of innovation found that more nations are joining the ranks of the world's top innovation hubs, with surprising results.
Help us donate to global reforestation programs! All you have to do is participate in the IP Quiz, and, for each correct answer, Dennemeyer will donate €2 to support the fight against climate change.
As all innovators will tell you, the trouble with any new project is finding the right information. But humans were not the first to work with information and data analysis.
Continuing Dennemeyer's glocal approach, the De Simone brand will remain the face of the Italian market while serving as a gateway to Dennemeyer's international legal and administrative backbone.
The results of IP Trend Monitor's 2019 edition are in! Read the full report to learn which types of work are more likely to be affected, what adjustments will be required and how we can prepare for an AI future.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of that groundbreaking Apollo mission, and to celebrate, we are taking a look at some of the patents and inventions that NASA has developed over the years.