Keep your finger on the pulse and make sure you stay up to date with all the week’s most interesting, eye-catching and inspiring news from the world of science, technology and intellectual property…

 

Amazon and Audible taken to court over audio patents

A Delaware-based company called TrackTime have filed a complaint against Amazon, citing accusation of infringements on two patents relating to audio services offered across their range of products and services.

Toyota Patents Design for Flying Car with Rotor Blades

The future is finally a reality (almost), as the car manufacturer has filed a patent for a flying car, complete with helicopter rotors attached to its wheels.

‘Robolawyers’ among futuristic ideas backed by £10m innovation fund

Business secretary Greg Clark has announced plans to use a new fund to facilitate futuristic projects that would otherwise be held back by red tape and legal regulations, in a bid to show that Britain has a flexible regulatory environment.

First woman Physics Nobel winner in 55 years

Dr Donna Strickland, a Canadian physicist, is only the third woman ever to be awarded the prestigious science prize for her work developing an optical device described as ‘laser tweezers’.

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