HGF’s Bern office is located within the sitem-insel building, the Swiss Institute for Translational and Entrepreneurial Medicine, a centre of excellence that assists in transitioning research innovation from the laboratory to marketable products.
The HGF attorney team in Bern provides IP expertise to local and international clients on all aspects of pharmaceutical, life sciences, medical devices and chemistry, including patent drafting and prosecution, IP strategy and IP due diligence.
The possibility of quantum computing was first seriously proposed in the early 1980s and is widely regarded as having enormous potential to deliver a step change in the complexity of …Read article
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the signing of the European Patent Convention, The European Patent Office (EPO) is running a collaborative art competition for primary schools on the topic …Event details
Before unitary effect can be registered by the EPO, an applicant must first obtain a European patent via the EPO as it does in the current way. In order to …Read article
The technological challenges in the aircraft engine sector are, to put it mildly, considerable at present. Airframers are increasingly reliant on engine manufacturers to produce the bulk of efficiency gains …Read article
In the ninth edition of HGF’s Fashionably IP podcast in the spirit of the new year and new beginnings or at least recycled beginnings, we are going to talk about …Read article
The 5th Annual MarketsandMarkets Next Gen Microbiome and Probiotics Conference will take place in San Diego on the 8th-9th of February. This conference will enable you to learn about microbial …Event details