A Legal and Empirical Study into the Intellectual Property Implications of 3D Printing. Executive summary.

Mendis, D., Secchi, D. and Reeves, P., 2015. A Legal and Empirical Study into the Intellectual Property Implications of 3D Printing. Executive summary. Project Report. London: Intellectual Property Office.

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Abstract

The Executive Summary reports the purpose, scope, methodology and key findings from two complementary studies on the intellectual property implications of 3D printing. The two Studies provide for an overarching empirical and legal analysis into the current position of 3D printing. Particularly it offers new data and findings on the exploration of online platforms dedicated to 3D printing as well as its impact in selected industries. The Executive Summary details the findings of the research, conclusions and recommendations for the UK Government; Online Platforms and Industry.

Item Type:Monograph (Project Report)
Uncontrolled Keywords:3D printing ; intellectual property ; online platforms ; industrial sector ; recommendations ; business models ; copyright ; patent ; trade marks ; design
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Group:Media School
ID Code:21874
Deposited By: Unnamed user with email symplectic@symplectic
Deposited On:27 Apr 2015 09:18
Last Modified:06 Jul 2016 11:27

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