If Korea is serious about its royalty deficit, it must think technology first, IP second
Recently, a delegation from the Korean Intellectual Property Office visited Cambridge University to learn more about how it spins off so many successful licences despite filing relatively few patents. Korea averages 100 licences for every 600…
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