March 21, 2013
Although primarily developed with Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in mind, you may be interested in this new FREE App which can help you identify and understand IP (Intellectual Property).
The content of the App has been designed to answer the most common questions and queries that arise around IP, with much of the information gathered from the enquiries received from both businesses and the public by the IPO’s Information Centre.
Rather than overwhelming you with information, the App has been created to provide you with a basic overview of IP as a guide to help you put the pieces of IP together. It also contains some great tips and topics for the use of IP in your project or business.
The App also provides a great platform on which to view the latest news and developments in the IP world, with access to news and Twitter feeds as well as the IP Insight online magazine.
The IP App is available to download now from the Apple store itunes and Android App store .
December 1, 2011
A four-year government-funded programme that aims to develop new technologies to help meet the needs of the UK’s future power systems will kick-off with investment of £2.4 million in feasibility studies that will stimulate innovation in automated power distribution and demand management.
The funding competition is the first element of a planned portfolio of investment into power network innovations and forms the exploratory phase of the programme, which will be funded and managed by the government’s innovation agency, the Technology Strategy Board.
June 7, 2010
Ensuring the Digital Games industry in Wales can compete with the rest of the UK will be the focus of a new knowledge transfer centre at the University of Glamorgan. The Digital Games Content Laboratory (DIGiLab) will be established as the result of a successful funding bid to the Academics for Business (A4B) scheme for £422,555. The project aims to promote knowledge transfer between the academic centres of excellence to the computer games industry sub-sector.