CEO MESSAGE W elcome to the latest edition of The Gatherer – our flagship publication talking all things intellectual property. In this edition, we bring you a
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This is an extraordinary find that will undoubtedly result in positive outcomes for cancer sufferers around the world. We are also joined by guest contributor, Steve Carroll – founder of The Unleashed Zone. In his article, Steve explores the vital factors that a business owner needs to address across the innovation journey to avoid ‘the valley of death. Proudly, as we celebrate this year’s annual Women in Technology Western Australia Annual Conference, we put the spotlight on the women of Wrays. They share with us what inspired them to follow a the pathway to a STEM based career, and who they drew encouragement from along the way.
As we all set our sights on the finish line for 2020, which some might justifiably describe as the most difficult year for some time, we reflect on the resilience, creativity, and compassion that surrounds us – paving the way for ongoing innovation. We hope you enjoy this edition!
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diversity of insights and perspectives across a range of topics including why you should protect your trade marks outside of Australia, and a deep dive into hydrogen as a possibility as Australia’s next export success. As innovation continues to be the buzz word on everyone’s mind, we speak to some of those who are making it happen. We talk with our friends at the Harry Perkins Institute who have made a breakthrough discovery on the impact of bee venom on breast cancer cells. Through their incredible research study, they found that a specific concentration of honeybee venom can induce 100% breast cell cancer death, while having minimal effects on normal cells.
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In the Spotlight: Richard Baddeley
Using Honeybee Venom to Fight Breast Cancer
No Nation is an Island: Consider Trade Mark Protection Beyond Australia
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Pioneering Tech For Common Medical Problems
How to get through The Valley of Death in the shortest possible time
Hydrogen: Australia’s Next Export Success?
PIONEER: An Extract of an Interview with Lyndsey Scott, Software Developer, Tech & Diversity Advocate, Actress and Model
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