What can tourists try and bring back as a treat from Belarus?
On 18 April 2022, the first geographical indication SCOTCH WHISKY was registered in Belarus after the new version of the Law on Geographical Indications (hereinafter – the Law) came into force.
Svetlana Koroliova and Darya Lando, LEXPATENT LLC, have participated in the workshop “Developing a Network of Technology and Innovation Support Centers in Belarus. The Significance of Geographical Indications for the Protection of National Brands”
Svetlana Koroliova, Belarusian Patent Attorney, Eurasian Patent Attorney and Director of LEXPATENT LLC, and Darya Lando, PhD in Law, Head of Legal Department at LEXPATENT LLC, were invited by the National Center of Intellectual Property to speak at the workshop “Developing a Network of Technology and Innovation Support Centers in Belarus. The Significance of Geographical…
Svetlana Koroliova and Darya Lando, representing LEXPATENT LLC, have participated in the Forum "Intellectual Property in Belarus. NCIP - 30th anniversary"
The Forum "Intellectual Property in Belarus. NCIP - 30th anniversary", held on 27-28 April 2022, Minsk, Belarus, proved to be a significant event for professionals in the field of intellectual property and was organised by the National Centre of Intellectual Property with the support of the World Intellectual Property Organisation, the Eurasian Patent Organisation and the State Committee on Science and Technology of the Republic of Belarus.
During World War II willing to contribute to the US army, Hedy Lamarr invented and described a safe way of transmitting signals to be used by radio-controlled torpedoes.
We have started accepting entry applications for participation in the 18th International Exhibition for Young Inventors (IEYI)
The exhibition was first held by the Japan Institute of Invention and Innovation (JIII) in Tokyo in 2004.
With Easter just around the corner, people in Belarus and other countries are about to indulge in the centuries-old tradition of decorating eggs.
Gorgonzola is a blue-veined Italian cheese containing 48% fat made from fresh cow's milk and takes its name from its place of origin, the small Italian municipality of Gorgonzola, located in the province of Milan in the Lombardy region.
In the winter of 1902 visiting New York City Mary Anderson noticed the driver of a tram trying to make his way through the snowstorm with both windows open to be able to see the road.
If subway stops for just an hour, transport will come to a standstill.