What is IPR? IPR is the acronym of Intellectual Property Rights. The term includes several alternatives that can be used to give protection to intellectual property. Patents are one of these, let’s see them together.
Inside the project we are developing a unique decision-support and signposting solution for IPR resources, i.e. the IPR Monitor. The IPR Monitor will allow the users to easy navigate through available data sources, tools and platforms for IP data-management in a one-stop-shop format, thereby transcending the current IPR ‘maze’.
At the end of November, the partnership finished with the implementation of an online survey on the skills, competencies and needs of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR).
WIPO and the Estonian Patent Office organise a regional online Seminar on ICT and IPR. The aim is to raise awareness about the process and deepen knowledge of patenting ICT innovations.
Let’s discover the Erasmus+ programme, that aims at supporting, through lifelong learning, the educational, professional and personal development of people in Europe and beyond.