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Fellows Talks: Intellectual Property Jobs Market
Fellows and Associates Head of Social Media interviews Fellows Director, Pete Fellows and Managing Consultant, Phillipa Holland about the Intellectual Property job market.
A day in the life at Fellows and Associates
Come along with our Head of Social Media, Carys Bello, as we head to London
Women in IP
Come with us to the Global Women In IP Event
Biotech is blooming
Check out some of the Life Sciences opportunities we have for patent attorneys looking for a fresh start!
FellowsTV Intellectual Property Roundup 7
The latest news from Intellectual Property recruitment specialists Fellows and Associates. This edition's topics include partnerships with Gill Jennings & Every and Williams Powell, the Salary Survey 2014 and an interesting opportunity with Valipat. Follow us on Twitter @FellowsandAssoc or @phillipafield.
10 Inventors Killed By Their Own Invention
The title pretty much gives it away but here is a look at 10 inventors who were killed by their own inventions.
Intellectual Property Acronym Challenge
The intellectual property sector uses a significant amount of acronyms. For no particular reason we wondered how many one could get through in 30 seconds. We asked 4 humans and a muppet to put this to the test. You can download a full list of words here if you would like to have a go yourself.
FellowsTV Intellectual Property Video Roundup 6
A monthly roundup of what Fellows and Associates, recruiter of Patent Attorneys, Trade Mark Attorneys and other IP Professionals, has been up to. This month includes Haseltine Lake, flexible working and part time job opportunities; plus a call for contributors to our website. Follow us on Twitter @FellowsandAssoc or @phillipafield.
The Science Behind the Nobel Prize
Published on 7 Oct 2013 A U.S.-based trio of scientists won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discovering the intricate machinery that transports molecules inside a cell. Gautam Naik discusses the impact of this finding on biology and medicine with cell biologist Professor Mike Cousin. See the Wall Street Journal channel for more news: http://www.youtube.com/user/WSJDigitalNetwork
The Gadget Show - iPhone 5C Review
If you're in the market for a new iPhone should you go for the more expensive all-singing, all dancing iPhone 5S or the cheaper plastic 5C? We take a look to find out.....For more gadget news and reviews go to http://www.channel5.com/gadgetshow
Lip Sync Battle
with Joseph Gordon Levitt, Stephen Merchant and Jimmy Fallon. A bit of fun if you have a few minutes spare. Jimmy Fallon asks guests Joseph Gordon Levitt and Stephen Merchant to battle in an epic lip sync-off to songs like "Superbass" and "Take On Me."
Taylor Wilson: Yup, I built a nuclear fusion reactor
Taylor Wilson believes nuclear fusion is a solution to our future energy needs, and that kids can change the world. And he knows something about both of those: When he was 14, he built a working fusion reactor in his parents' garage. Now 17, he takes to the TED stage to tell (the short version of) his story.