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DuPont is investing millions of dollars to set up its latest R&D centre in India. Emma Barraclough spoke to the company's chief IP counsel and the director of the Hyderabad-based DuPont Knowledge Center to find out how they plan to tackle the IP challenges ahead

"India rising" has become something of a mantra for the country's leaders as they seek to highlight India's rapid rate of economic growth. But the real test of confidence in an economy is when foreign investment dollars begin to flood in....


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David Knight of @Fieldfisher discussing the Big Bus patent licence case (he's on the right) http://t.co/XqcyJBPR6W http://t.co/38Mc7eXLf5

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Mike Lawrence of JTL Systems is demonstrating some of his inventions at @Fieldfisher patent seminar http://t.co/5JIbvqC2Os

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RT @EPOorg: The public can now nominate an #inventor for the European Inventor Award 2016! Please spread the word: http://t.co/LRR4qwI4He #…

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