The Department of Public Affairs for Administration Affairs at the Dubai Police hosted a panel discussion on “Intellectual Property for Youth: Innovation for a Better Future”, which coincided with World Intellectual Property Day on April 26 to discuss promoting innovation and creativity. Among the younger generation, the importance of introducing the generation to record their intellectual property and their inventions will protect them and benefit from them financially.
The session was hosted by Abdullah Al Bastaki, First Lieutenant Assistant Specialist in Forensic Evidence and Criminal Public Sector Biology and DNA at the Dubai Police Department, Zahra Al Rajabi, Managing Director of the Intellectual Property Data Institute and Ahmed Zaza, a lawyer from Al-Wais. Tamimi and Associates.
At the beginning of the session, Advocate Ahmed Zaza spoke about the role of local and regional intellectual property offices in creating a legal and political environment for young entrepreneurs to protect and benefit from their innovations. Intangible assets such as names and trademarks of companies and others.
Zahra al-Rajbi, for his part, asked, “How can intellectual property rights help the youth of tomorrow to create a better future?” Reviewed an article working on the topic, during which he stressed that youth are the engine of progress and advancement in communities and that they should be. Realizing the importance of intellectual property, they recorded their findings.
For his part, First Lieutenant Assistant Specialist Abdullah Al Bastaki spoke about the “discovery of the male DNA fingerprint for the Dubai Police” and the steps taken by the Dubai Police General Command to register as a patent with the World Patent Organization (WIPO). )
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