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5 Current news of European Patent Officerss
Benoît Battistelli took up office as President of the European Patent Office (EPO). A French national, he succeeds Alison Brimelow of the UK, who has headed the EPO since July 2007. Mr Battistelli was elected President in March 2010 by the Administrative Council of the European Patent ...
Wolfgang Krätschmer has been awarded the European Inventor Award 2010 in the category of „lifetime achievement” for the development of the synthesis of fullerenes like C60, the soccer-ball molecule (European Patent Document EP 0500914B1 (1991/98)). In the presence of the Spanish Crown Prince ...
Saving precious water, gentler cancer treatments and "football" molecules made of carbon
Twelve candidates from nine countries are competing this year for the European Inventor Award 2010, a highly regarded innovation prize presented annually by the EPO together with the European Commission to honour outstanding inventions. The prize, which is purely symbolic and involves no ...
The European Patent Office has granted LANXESS AG a patent for its product Baynox liquid. The antioxidant concentrate from the specialty chemicals group ensures the long-term stability of the environmentally friendly fuel biodiesel. LANXESS expects the proportion of sales in this area of the ...
Health and the environment were the big winners when the European Commission and the European Patent Office presented the 2009 European Inventor of the Year awards. In the presence of the Head of the Czech Parliament Miloslav Vlcek and over 400 guests in Prague Castle, EPO President Alison ...