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In Spain in 2013 white label products covered 33,9 % of the family expenses. Due to the crisis Spanish families look for a better offer, comparing quality and price. Even though the UK is the country which spends more money on white brands and offers, in Spain regular brands are 66% more expensive than white...
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THE ORIGIN OF LOGOS AND THEIR MEANING Brands are a big part of the IP field and also their logos. Registering a company trademark and its logo is a complicated task. You have to make sure that the trademark doesn’t exist already (through trademark search) and also that there is no other similar trademark which...
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It seems like people (and also celebrities) are having some trouble with the cloud features and the way our gadgets act on their own uploading all kinds of personal info. In the beginning, the cloud concept was a revolutionary new characteristic that many encouraged and appreciated due to the convenience of saving all your data...
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For the last weeks there has been a new rumor regarding a few miraculous patents that can cure either HIV or cancer. So, what is the problem? Why aren’t we implementing those patents, producing those medicines in order to cure two of the newest and most extended illnesses of all time throughout the world? Those...
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The biotechnology field has grown in the last years together with an increase in the number of patent applications granted relating to biotechnological inventions, which exceeds the average rate of other types of patents. According to OECD, the number of biotechnology patents granted increased by 15% annually between 1990 and 2000 in the Patent and...
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Based on the “Innovation and patents forum” we have discovered a few characteristics within the Spanish National Patent Application System that differ with other European systems. We have decided to have a look at these differences in order to find the link to the Unitary Patent System for the European Union. First of all, the...
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Ever since the 3D printers appeared (around 2010 with many years of development and improvement behind) we have headed into this rush of new advantages coming out every day. The first applications of these printers were essentially within the architecture, construction, industrial design, automotive, aerospace, military, engineering fields… but soon enough we found some other...
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The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) releases a yearly report, prepared from the Technology Assessment and Forecast (TAF) database, with all the patent counts by origin and by organizations that received 40 or more patents during the calendar year. We have decided to have a look at the last few years in order...
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I always thought the translator’s job was one of those “born to be” jobs. I imagined myself at home translating big fantastic books while I dreamt about metaphors, alliterations, personifications and all those big words I learnt in high school and in my language classes at the university. I had never heard anything about those...
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