Monthly Archives: April 2016

Book now! Programme for CREATe Festival 2016 available #createfest16 #LDNTechWeek

Join us on 24 June 2016 at the Royal Society of Arts in London for a showcase of findings from CREATe’s research programme. You will participate in policy debates and expert panels that explore the future of the creative economy, the … Continue reading

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Breakfast with the MSc@CREATe!

Come and have breakfast with the MSc@CREATe team! The MSc@CREATe will host an open house over breakfast at the RSA House London from 8.30 – 9.30 am on 24 June 2016. You can come to meet the team behind CREATe’s … Continue reading

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Copyright & Cultural Memory Conference at The Lighthouse, Glasgow, 9th June 2016 #CaCM2016

How does copyright impact the access to and use of our shared cultural heritage across borders, and online? Copyright and Cultural Memory is a one-day conference, organised by CREATe, designed to explore this essential question.

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DISPLAY AT YOUR OWN RISK

CREATe celebrates #worldipday An experimental exhibition of digital cultural heritage – Display At Your Own Risk – is launched online today (April 26) to mark World Intellectual Property Day 2016. The theme of the day, ‘Digital Creativity: Culture Reimagined’, is … Continue reading

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CREATe Hackathon 13th & 14th May

For more information about the hackathon, including challenge topics, rules and registration, please visit CREATe.ac.uk/hacks/  

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CREATe Project Nominated for Learning on Screen Award

The Girl with the Light Blue Hair once again finds herself in the spotlight. Many of our readers will be familiar with the short animated film: it offers a new take on the Sherlock and Watson characters as they puzzle … Continue reading

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CREATe industry fellow Emma Barraclough tracks ‘the rise of China’s film industry’ for the WIPO Magazine

CREATe Industry Fellow, Emma Barraclough, has published an article in the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) magazine titled ‘the rise of China’s film industry’, in which she highlights a CREATe project focused on new models for digital film, music and e-fiction production and distribution … Continue reading

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Why the CJEU is learning on the job? CREATe Industry Fellow Emma Barraclough blogs on @ManagingIP

CREATe Industry Fellow, Emma Barraclough, guest blogs on attending the CREATe Knowledge Exchange Workshop on Litigation Research held at Queen Mary University of London on 13/14 April 2016. This post first appeared on Managing IP. Do judges at the CJEU have any prior experience of … Continue reading

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‘Much Ado About Patents’ posts @IPKat blogger Nicola Searle @DrNSearle

Dr Nicola Searle, Lecturer at Goldsmiths University of London, and avid IP blogger, attended the CREATe Knowledge Exchange Workshop on Litigation Research held at Queen Mary University of London on 13/14 April 2016. Her post, which first appeared on IPKat (and reposted here via the CC license), summarizes the academic studies … Continue reading

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31st conference of the British and Irish Law Education and Technology Association (BILETA)

Post by Laurence Diver, CREATe Research Assistant, University of Strathclyde, summarising the main points of this conference. From 10-12 April I attended the 31st conference of the British and Irish Law Education and Technology Association, more commonly known as BILETA, held in … Continue reading

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