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EIFL Announces New Open Access Project in Palestine

The Electronic Information for Libraries (EIFL) is delighted to announce a new project, ‘Open Access in Palestine’, with Palestine Polytechnic University and the Palestinian Library and Information Consortium (PALICO), which is an EIFL partner consortium.

IP Scholars Roundtable at UNH, 6-7 November 2015

The University of New Hampshire School of Law and Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property is holding the Fifth Annual IP Scholars’ Roundtable that will be held in Concord, New Hampshire on 6-7 November 2015.

10th Global IP Convention, Bengaluru, 23-25 January 2018

ITAG Business Solutions LTD is organizing an international IP conference that will be held in Bengaluru.

The Fourth Global Congress on IP and Public Interest, New Delhi, 15-17 December 2015

On 15- 17 December 2015, delegates from national and international governmental entities, the private sector, civil society, and academia will meet in New Delhi, India for 3 days in New Delhi, India.

Gulf Research Meeting, Cambridge, 24- 27 August 2015

The Gulf Research Center in Cambridge University is holding a three- day workshop between 24-27 August 2015 entitled “Intellectual Property in the New Era in the GCC States: Enforcement and Opportunity” to raise IP rights awareness and strengthen their enforcement in the Arabian Gulf region.

Global Intellectual Property Index 2015

The Global Intellectual Property Center located in Washington, D.C has released its third edition of the Global Intellectual Property Index for 2015. The report is entitled “UP: Unlimited Potential”.

IIPLA Annual Congress, 5-6 Jan 2015, Dubai

The International Intellectual Property Association (IIPLA) is holding its Annual Congress of 2015 on 5-6 January 2015 in Dubai LeMéridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The conference main theme is “Accelerating International Intellectual Property Cooperation”.

UAE Accession to Visually Impaired Treaty

One of the main reasons that inhibit blind and visually impaired persons (VIPs) from accessing works including books, journals and movies is national copyright laws that differ from one country to another allowing in some countries texts to be translated, but prohibiting its distribution and sharing through any communication medium including the Internet.

Seminar Invitation: Office of Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Studies Invitation

The Office of The Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Studies at Sharjah University invites you to Seminar :Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights & their Economic Importance.

Notification from UAE Patent Office

The director of the Industrial Property Department (UAE Patent Office) Mr. Khalfan Ahmed Al-Suwaidi has asked any applicant who wish to proceed with their patent application to pay their fees for search and substantive examination.

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