Thursday, 2 February 2017

January's Aistemos blogposts: a handy summary

Each month we list and summarise the previous month's blogposts for readers  who have been away or who were simply too busy to follow them in real time.  This blog lists our main posts for January.

Every one of the blogposts listed below comes with a moderated comment facility, so please feel welcome to respond to anything you read, whether you disagree with it, wish to amplify or clarify its points, or merely provide further links to relevant material.

To check each post out, just click the title:

* Thursday, 26 January 2017:  Lifting the lid: uncovering innovative technology in 2017

In this, the second in a series of articles, with the aid of Cipher we shed light on what is next for the technology industry. With the pace of innovation and global competition increasing year-on-year, businesses are constantly seeking to surpass their competitors by launching new and innovative technologies into the market.  What does this mean in real terms? Read on ...


* Wednesday, 25 January 2017:  Corporate secrets in an age of innovation

We reproduce here an MIP guest post in which The Telegraph's Enterprise Editor Rebecca Burn-Callandar discusses transparency in the IP system. 


* Sunday, 22 January 2017:  The Future of Big Data Patent Analytics: Workshop coming up

The Innovation and Intellectual Property group within the Centre of Technology Management at Cambridge University's Institute for Manufacturing is running a workshop on the theme of "The Future of Big Data Patent Analytics". The date of this momentous event is Friday 3 March, at the Institute for Manufacturing. This post explains the event and publicises a call for expressions of interest from potential participants.


* Thursday, 19 January 2017:  Why is IP being left behind in the boardroom?

Here, in the first in a series of articles, composed with the aid of Cipher, Aistemos casts a light on the M&A trends of 2016 and the outlook for 2017.


* Wednesday, 18 January 2017:  A fresh start -- and a chance to take stock: five perspectives for the New Year

This post features some forward thinking from Aistemos CEO Nigel Swycher on the challenges, problems and opportunities that innovation-based industries can expect to encounter over the next 12 months.


* Monday, 16 January 2017:  What you read last year: our most popular blogposts for 2016

While we publish items that we believe will be of interest and importance to our readers, ultimately the question of how truly interesting they are is one that is resolved by seeing how many times each post gets visited. Pokemon, Microsoft, Rabbits and Unicorns can all be found in the articles most frequently perused.


* Friday, 6 January 2017:  Push from CPA Global adds to ORoPO's momentum

The Open Register of Patent Ownership (ORoPO) is something Aistemos believes to be of great value, since official patent ownership records can be erroneous, misleading or difficult to make best use of. That's why this post welcomes recognition of this non-profit facility by CPA Global.

You can check out Aistemos's posts over the previous twelve months below:

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