Creative Avenue: A Cebuana’s Childhood Dream Turned Into Trademarked Success

Creative Avenue: A Cebuana’s Childhood Dream Turned Into Trademarked Success Summer in the Philippines is almost over; but for some, the quest for the perfect bikini never ends. When Keshia Fraser created Sundae, a trademarked local swimwear brand, she had this in mind and more. Since its establishment, Sundae has always tried to integrate the continue reading : Creative Avenue: A Cebuana’s Childhood Dream Turned Into Trademarked Success

IPOPHL Now Accepts Online Requests for a Commercial Patent Search

IPOPHL Now Accepts Online Requests for a Commercial Patent Search The Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) now allows commercial patent search requests to be lodged via email. Clients requesting the IPOPHL to conduct a commercial patent search usually intend to launch a product or service in the Philippines. This kind of search helps continue reading : IPOPHL Now Accepts Online Requests for a Commercial Patent Search

The Resilient Bamboo Bridging Human Consumption and Ocean Protection

  The Resilient Bamboo Bridging Human Consumption and Ocean Protection According to a study published in The Science Journal, around eight million metric tons of plastic waste enters the ocean each year. Sadly, the Philippines is third in the world after China and Indonesia in most mismanaged plastic waste and most plastic marine debris annually. continue reading : The Resilient Bamboo Bridging Human Consumption and Ocean Protection

Driving Eco-innovation thru Intellectual Property: Spinning Banana, Coconut Fibers into Landslide Prevention Tools

Driving Eco-innovation thru Intellectual Property: Spinning Banana, Coconut Fibers into Landslide Prevention Tools Adamson University’s Baconet, made of banana and coconut fibers, being laid at the surface of land slopes prone to landslides. Photo by Adamson University. Soil is the blanket of organic matter that holds together and fosters all life on earth. Healthy soil continue reading : Driving Eco-innovation thru Intellectual Property: Spinning Banana, Coconut Fibers into Landslide Prevention Tools

IPOPHL Achieves Digital Processing System for Patent Applications in Time for General Community Quarantine

IPOPHL Achieves Digital Processing System for Patent Applications in Time for General Community Quarantine  Innovators and designers can now further their patent and design applications at the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) through digital means, a significant accomplishment that has been a major target under IPOPHL’s digital transformation goal.  This is made possible continue reading : IPOPHL Achieves Digital Processing System for Patent Applications in Time for General Community Quarantine

IPOPHL Launches Online Mediation, Eyes Increased Use of Online Tools in Creating “New Normal”

IPOPHL Launches Online Mediation, Eyes Increased Use of Online Tools in Creating “New Normal”  Resolution of disputes through the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines’s (IPOPHL) mediation service will resume with renewed vigor as it now allows mediation proceedings to be held online, a move that not only contributes to shaping the “new normal” at continue reading : IPOPHL Launches Online Mediation, Eyes Increased Use of Online Tools in Creating “New Normal”

Intellectual Property Rights and the Road to Quality Museums

Intellectual Property Rights and the Road to Quality Museums This International Museum Day, among other things, represents the celebration of an effective public platform for local artists and also the nation’s cultural heritage. Presently, museums are not just spaces where art and science creations are displayed for the visual pleasure of the people; museums have continue reading : Intellectual Property Rights and the Road to Quality Museums