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Author Archives: djims
Eve Gray from UCT’s Centre for Educational Technology, and a member of the Intellectual Property Law & Policy Research Unit, organised an international workshop on access & digital technologies for the Yale Global Academy. UCT’s IP Unit and the Yale … Continue reading
Djims attended the 2010 African Technology Policy Studies Network (ATPS) Annual Conference on 25-27 November 2010 in Cairo, Egypt and gave a paper on “IP Law for a Development Trade Agenda” . The conference theme was “The State of Science, … Continue reading
From 8-9 November 2010, Djims Milius from the IP Unit gave a presentation on the South African “IPRs from Publicly Financed Research Act 2008 and Regulations” as part of a symposium organised in New Delhi, India by Universities Allied for … Continue reading
Djims Milius from the IP Unit served as a resource person on IPR issues during the Namibia Research Symposium 2010 in Windhoek, Namibia from September 15-17. The event was the first national research symposium of its nature organised by government … Continue reading
On 24 June, Djims Milius attended, for the Intellectual Property Law & Policy Research Unit, a Department of Science and Technology (DST)-organised training workshop on Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) Accreditation for practitioners of traditional knowledge in South Africa. The workshop … Continue reading