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At first glance, Intellectual Property (IP) and the Thanksgiving holiday might not seem like the most obvious pairing.
Several critical phases of innovation, each involving one or more inventors, ensured that moviemaking evolved from a curiosity into mainstream entertainment.
Music is a copyright-eligible form of original art, but plenty of inventions past and present ensure that it is played and heard as the artists intended.
To celebrate World IP Day, we want to showcase some young inventors whose ideas changed our lives — and a few who are innovating right now.
Italian cars — both past and present — are among the most remarkable examples in automotive history and an integral part of modern Italy's culture.
Keeping the branding of the Beijing Winter Olympics protected requires collaboration between China's IP authorities and the International Olympic Committee.
The uniquely French identity of Champagne wines is protected by the appellation of origin system, a critical safeguard for culinary Intellectual Property.
Stick on your red hat, pull up your stockings and join us as we explore six intriguing tidbits from the land of Christmas copyrights, trademarks and patents.
You may not believe any of the bizarre and funny patents on this list are real, but they certainly are — although few of them were ever produced.
Developments and trends in spaceship design have wide-ranging sociopolitical and economic implications.
Determining exactly 'who owns the internet' is no simple matter, as the IP ownership of the systems and infrastructure that comprise it is widely varied.
As one of the world's oldest beverages, it is no surprise that beer and its history offer intriguing lessons about innovation and Intellectual Property.