Marks & Clerk is a leading global intellectual property firm. They provide businesses of all shapes and sizes with people whose legal, commercial, and technical expertise exactly meets their needs.
Their team of patent attorneys, trade mark attorneys, commercial lawyers and IP litigators has helped thousands of businesses all over the world protect, enforce, and maximise the value of their intellectual property.
Its Cambridge office of European and UK patent attorneys are equipped with the necessary technical backgrounds to advise on inventions in all technical fields.
Here’s their explanation of supporting breakthrough innovations:
As a prominent global intellectual property law firm, at Marks & Clerk we take pride in contributing to the advancement of breakthrough innovations in various technological domains.
An excellent example of the culture of supporting innovation through intellectual property protection is happening at our Cambridge office, where our attorneys actively engage with the local technology ecosystem.
Within this, as the sun sets on 2023, we will be authoring a collection of articles highlighting the significant advancements stemming from this renowned university city.
Cambridge is a city made for trailblazers. Propelled by the esteemed University of Cambridge – consistently ranked among the world’s top academic institutions – the city and the 20+ science research institutions that surround it stand as a pioneering hub of technological innovation.
Within the university, prestigious research departments like the Cavendish Laboratory and the Wellcome Sanger Institute drive cutting-edge research and revolutionary advancements in their respective fields of physics and genomics. Beyond the university’s contributions, Cambridge and its surrounding areas house renowned research institutes such as the Babraham Institute, Granta Park and the newly built Unity Campus.
Many of the city’s wide-ranging institutions maintain professional ties with Marks & Clerk, with whom they operate on their intellectual property needs, from start-up to spin out, unicorn status to the point of exit.
At Marks & Clerk, we find it important to emphasise our pivotal role in assisting Cambridge-based innovators with the protection of their concepts. Over the next few months, our authored pieces look at some of the magnificent and ground-breaking innovations that have come – and are yet to come – from the city.
Robert Carpmael writes on The King’s College Wildflower Meadow and the future of agriculture, discussing how something grounded in tradition and pomp can continue in a field where technology and automation is outgrowing traditional Agritech methods.
Esther Ford will be discussing the upcoming COP28 summit in Saudi Arabia, and the role Cambridge plays in large sustainability projects in a turbulent time for politics and the environment. Rounding off the year will be Trade Mark Attorney David Kemp’s piece focussing on the role of trademark protection, as well as the importance of not only safeguarding the invention but also the brand.
We are excited to share these captivating stories with the CambsNews readership, shedding light on the remarkable endeavours unfolding across the Greater Cambridge region and highlighting the pioneering accomplishments of innovators, thought leaders, and organisations in this dynamic community.
As 2023 reaches its last quarter, we invite you to stay tuned to the Marks & Clerk website for the latest Cambridge: City of Innovation pieces. Be sure to check in with us regularly to discover the latest stories and developments shaping the future in the city of Cambridge.
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