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books

23

Jan2016
Finishing a book is always a great accomplishment and it’s usually one that represents months or even years of hard work and dedication. This is true whether you are a first-time author or a veteran in the field with dozens of books to your name. It’s also ... Read More
bandera-peru-fotorecurso

18

Jan2016
Peru is a member of the World Intellectual Property Organization and the World Trade Organization, and a party to most intellectual property agreements, including the Berne Convention and Paris Convention. In June 2009, Peru officially became a Patent Cooperation Treaty member. IP in Peru is protected by the Andean ... Read More
robotguia

11

Jan2016
A robot that guides those who are lost, a safety system that signals an alert when one is victim of a crime, and a one-wheel vehicle intended to become the ecological car of the future are some of the inventions that surprise visitors at the Indecopi project fair. The exhibition brings ... Read More
piraterialima

07

Jan2016
“Cumbia, rock, salsa,” the man calls out in a raspy voice. He repeats the sentence every few seconds, with the same melodic cadence, to no one in particular. He’s leaning against a wall, faded red cap on his head. We’re outside the entrance to a popular market in downtown Lima, ... Read More
alarmclock

04

Jan2016
Ever wondered where some of your everyday objects come from. Well have a look at some of these ancient inventions that we still use today. Mints Nowadays, if you have bad breath and are planning on making plenty of conversation you can just pop in ... Read More
udemylogo

30

Dec2015
Over Thanksgiving break, a copyright and plagiarism controversy arose over Udemy, an online marketplace where instructors can sell courses to users. The controversy started with Troy Hunt, who found that a course he had created for another marketplace, Pluralsight, was being offered for sale on Udemy for $55. The ... Read More
create

27

Dec2015
Earlier this week the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP) at George Mason University School of Law released a new white paper, Copyright Principles and Priorities to Foster a Creative Digital Marketplace, by Sandra Aistars, Devlin Hartline, and Mark Schultz. The ... Read More
too_many_hashtags_marketing

22

Dec2015
Hashtags began on Twitter and have now spread to other major social media websites like Facebook, Google+ and Instagram—and to communication in general. Tweets with hashtags elicit double the engagement of tweets without hashtags, so it is important to incorporate hashtags into your business and marketing strategies. But how do you protect ... Read More
student-guide-to-ip1

18

Dec2015
Innovate Product Design has created this infographic on “What is Intellectual Property? A Student Guide and Definition.” The infographic is intended to help people and students understand the importance of intellectual property and why it is also important for designers to protect their creative idea.... Read More
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15

Dec2015