World IP Day is observed annually on 26 April. The event was established by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in 2000 to raise awareness of how patents, copyright, trademarks and designs impact on life. 26 April was chosen as this was the date on which the Convention Establishing the WIPO entered into force in 1970.
The competition of world's future is the competition of IP.
Behind every great innovation, either artistic or technological, is a human story.
It is necessary to protect the intellectual property in Chinese culture heritage.
The hardship of art making needs IP protection. Protecting IP means protecting artists and national innovation.
Innovation without IP fulfills others' dream. In 21st century, IP is an elf living in our life.
China is projected to lead in patent activity by 2011, according to a detailed IP analysis published today by the IP Solutions business of Thomson Reuters. [more]
Generally put, an ‘innovation’ is developing a new idea and putting it into practice. IPR can be used effectively to facilitate successful innovation. [more]
IP must be fully integrated into development as the nation moves toward a more sustainable and efficient economy, Tian Lipu, commissioner of SIPO, said last week . [more]
Suzhou Industry Park is making headway with the construction of a national pilot zone for IP protection. Companies are expected to attach importance to IP protection.[more]