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IP in the Space Sector Webinar – Presentation Slides

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RocketAs highlighted in Adam Brocklehurst’s earlier post, Keltie hosted a webinar on “IP in the Space Sector” on 27 February. The speakers were Adam Brocklehurst and Richard Lawrence and the webinar covered IP fundamentals and myth-busting, issues in space sector IP and other relevant topics.

Since the webinar we’ve had a few requests for access to the slide show and this is embedded below. If you have any questions regarding the topics covered or have a spaced-based IP question then please sound off in the comments section.

We had hoped to provide a full video replay of the presentation but unfortunately there were some technical issues at the webinar server side which prevented this.

Mark Richardson  20 March 2014

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