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Tea is served from 6pm

Adam Branscombe from Avidity IP in Cambridge, will talk about how to patent your product, protect your intellectual property and introduce trademarks. If you are, or will be introducing a new design or product, you should know how to protect the IP from exploitation by other companies.

Avidity is involved in technologies of key commercial importance as diverse as electronics and software, plastics and functional polymers, ceramics, metal alloys and welding materials, catalytic converters, friction and lubricity materials, construction materials, composites and laminates, along with oil and fuel technologies, nanotech, greentech, cleantech and medtech products and processes, NMR spectroscopy, and fuel cell technology. Avidity work with any new technology discipline to protect IP.

Adam is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (UK) (2009); European Patent Attorney (2008) and has a BEng (Hons) Electrical Engineering with Electronics.

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