China sets tougher guidelines to protect patents, copyrights [UPDATED]
Rules appear timed to help along halting progress in trade talks with the US.
Canadian innovators gain IP protection, 120 countries in one shot
Trademark regime reforms and three key trademark treaties now in force.
Faster fastener welding: CenterLine adds to its patent file
That makes 82 patents with numerous North American and international patents pending for the automation technology company.
Canadian toy maker files patent suit against Mattel in US district court
Seeks injunction preventing US toymaker from using the patented mechanisms in Mecard transformable toys.
Competitors, critics agree: Barry Sherman will be tough to replace at Apotex
Described as a fierce competitor, aggressive in fighting Canadian patents and disqualifying them.
Canadian innovations have changed the world
Must get better at converting the inventiveness that flows from our finest minds into successful global companies.
Canadian inventors, scientists and engineers have changed the world
Canadian governments are trying to figure out how to foster innovation that will drive the 21st century economy.
Japan’s Nikon sues ASML, Zeiss for using chip-making knowhow
Seeking to stop them from using patented tech without permission in systems used to make computer chips.
Samsung wants $399M smartphone award tossed
Appealing to US Supreme Court over Apple patent dispute
Microsoft to buy Nokia’s devices and services business
Software giant says it will license patents for about $7.2 billion.
Motorola may have abused market position, EU commission says
Company may have violated EU antitrust rules by denying Apple technology to develop mobile phones.
Apple’s demand for increased patent damages from Samsung rejected
But validity of iPad and iPhone patents at the centre of the dispute upheld.
CO2 Solutions gets $348,000 for carbon capture development
Non-reimbursable funding for “enzyme management process optimization work.”
CO2 Solutions granted three new US patents
Will aid in the capture of carbon emissions in several industry segments.
Canada’s science and technology is healthy and growing
Council of Canadian Academies reports we are fourth globally.