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    • International Workshop on IPR Challenges from Emerging Technologies

      This international workshop on 4 March kicked off the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Project “Licensing Systems for 3D Printing in China.” The AHRC Centre for Digital Copyright and IP Research in China was established in March 2015. Combining British and Chinese expertise, the AHRC Centre investigates global copyright challenges and opportunities for creative and ...
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    • Dr Inga Thiemann co-organised “Moving beyond Covid?” webinar series

      With events taking place throughout June, Dr Inga Thiemann co-organised a webinar series called “Moving beyond Covid?” together with the Moving Labour Collective. The webinar series was set against the backdrop of  globally sharpening inequalities caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The series was delivered by academics and researchers from around the world with an aim to ...
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    • Patents and Emerging Technologies Workshop

      On 19 & 20 November 2019, the Patents and Emerging Technologies Workshop was held at the Wellcome Collection in London. The workshop was convened by SCuLE’s Dr Naomi Hawkins, as the final workshop of her ESRC Future Research Leaders project, “The Impact of Patents on Translational Research – Non-Invasive Prenatal Diagnosis in Europe and US”. The ...
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    • Dr Naomi Hawkins participates in OECD Workshop

      On 17-18 September 2019, Dr Naomi Hawkins attended “Collaborative platforms for personalized health: realizing the potential of genomics and biobanks” in Stockholm, Sweden. This OECD Workshop, organised in collaboration with Vinnova (Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems), explored the institutional arrangements and business models underlying collaborative platforms in genomics and biobanks for personalized health. The participants ...
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    • Exeter Law School hosts inaugural Patent Scholars Network

      In the UK and the Republic of Ireland, there is a relatively small community of patent law scholars and at many institutions there is typically only a single patent law scholar. Although patent law scholars are keen members of the broader community of intellectual property law scholars, there are elements of patent law scholarship, often ...
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    • Exeter Law School Hosts International Conference in IP Law

      On the 16th and 17th of April, Exeter Law School hosted its second international conference in intellectual property (IP) law. The event was co-hosted by the New IP Lawyers network and sponsored by Stephens Scown LLP, together with the Society of Legal Scholars and the British and Irish Law Education and Technology Association. The event gathered ...
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    • Future Challenges for Autonomous Vehicle Symposium

      On 1 June 2018, Exeter Law School hosted the “Future Challenges for Autonomous Vehicles” at Reed Hall. The event brought together academics, business and policymakers to discuss some of the legal challenges that will occur due to the introduction of autonomous vehicles. The discussions focused on questions of insurance and liability and the topic of ...
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