Fuel cells

Due to the fact that fuel cells are essentially non-polluting, it’s no surprise they’re playing an integral role in the global drive for cleaner, greener energy and reduced carbon emissions.  

From small, portable units for powering personal electronics, through to those designed to power electric vehicles and spacecraft, and very large stationary units capable of generating megawatts of energy to feed into the mains electricity network, along with growth in the electric vehicle space, fuel cell development is the epitome of cross-disciplinary innovation, encompassing chemistry, engineering, electronics and materials science 

The multitude of interdisciplinary fuel cell expertise across HGF’s large attorney team provides major multinationals, SMEs and university spin outs with the strongest possible IP support. With wide-ranging experience across the firm’s technology teams, HGF’s specialist attorneys provide the requisite mix of skills, along with in-depth academic experience, in this important, technical field.

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UPC moves one step closer to 2022 launch

The Austrian parliament has completed the legislative procedure to ratify the Protocol on the provisional application of the Agreement on a Unified Patent Court (the “Protocol”; see here). When deposited, …

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Event - 9th December 2021

Technology Transfer Primer - IP Management: AI and 5G in healthcare

The University of Hong Kong is hosting a webinar on ‘IP Management: AI and 5G in healthcare’ on 9th December 2021 with HGF’s Partner Dr Chris Benson and Patent Director …

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Next Pro-Chancellor appointed at the University of Leeds

A Leeds alumnus has been appointed as the next Pro-Chancellor of the University of Leeds. A lawyer by background, with a strong track record in leadership in education and social …

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