Papula-Nevinpat in WIPR: A guide to high-tech patenting

26.4.2022

Patenting high-tech discoveries and inventions is where science meets business. It’s an area that can be tough to navigate, as the prior-art landscape – against which patent applications are typically drafted and evaluated – may be patchy and not well organised.

Read the article in the latest issue of the World Intellectual Property Review (issue 1/2022) where our European Patent Attorney Matti Brax, who has been in the business since 1995, shares his expertise about patenting quantum computing.

 

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