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Autumn seminar series 2016

Research seminars at CIPPM are open to all staff and students. For information please contact Maurizio Borghi or Dinusha Mendis. Seminars are scheduled on Wednesdays at 16.00 in room EB602 – Executive Business Centre, Bournemouth University. 19 October – EU copyright and cultural heritage: Recent legislative and judicial developments (Matej Gera, CIPPM) 9 November – Opening Pandora’s Box: bridging the gap between […]

Award-Winning Short-Film ‘Game is On!’ Episode II – Published by – a collaboration between the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy and Management (CIPPM) and CREATe, University of Glasgow, has produced Episode II of the ‘Game is On!’ Series. The project led by Principal Investigator for Bournemouth University, Dr. Dinusha Mendis, was initially funded by BU’s Fusion Investment Fund in 2012. Since 2013 the project […]

Ruth Towse awarded Distinguished Fellow of ACEI

CIPPM Co-Director Professor Ruth Towse has been conferred the honour of Distinguished Fellow of the ACEI (Association for Cultural Economics International). In his article on the Journal of Cultural Economics, professor David Thorsby illustrates the exceptional contribution that Ruth Towse has made to the discipline over more than thirty years, and concludes that “Ruth Towse’s long and distinguished career have […]

Emerging Technologies and the Future: Is IP Law under Pressure?

In July 2016, CIPPM Co-Director, Dr. Dinusha Mendis disseminated her research on the IP Implications of 3D printing in Southampton, Newcastle and London. Questioning what the future holds for IP law as a result of technologies such as 3D printing, Dr. Mendis spoke about the research she has conducted for the UK Government (UK Intellectual […]