This interdisciplinary and academic conference will be hosted by the IIPM Lab and the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL), Cambridge, UK, as a hybrid event from Wednesday, 14 September to Friday 16 September 2022. The conference will be preceded by a PhD workshop and is aligned with the LML/CeBIL Symposium on Repositioning Drugs.
The conference aims to provoke original Intellectual Property (IP) research from all disciplines that addresses global challenges and climate change, particularly around open approaches to IP and licensing.
Contributions, particularly research papers (or extended abstracts) and proposals for themed sessions are invited with a submission deadline of 15 May. The call for papers and themed sessions is available here.
The conference is kindly supported by the UKIPO, EPO, WIPO, the Chartered Institute for Patent Attorneys (CIPA), the IPACST project, Cambridge Global Challenges and Cambridge Zero. Special discounts will be available for participants from low and middle income countries.
The conference website will be regularly updated with additional details.
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