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Patents drive innovation

September 05, 2012 // By Nick Flaherty

Patents drive innovation

Despite all the legal battles between Samsung and Apple, patents are a key way of protecting investors and encouraging the exploitation of innovation, says the UK's leading engineer, James Dyson.


EETimes Europe had the rare opportunity to interview James Dyson in his office downtown London.

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