The global market for high performance alloys is expected to reach US$11.3 Billion by the year 2027.
Alloys have wide ranging applications from high temperature resistant conduits, building materials, surgical tools and even exotic alloys used in the aerospace industry.
Similarly, the global semiconductor market exceeded over half a trillion (USD) in 2019 and is projected to reach over USD700 billion by 2027.
It is vital for clients to capture and protect IP in these growing and fast evolving markets to remain competitive in the global market.
Shelston IP has expert attorneys with advanced qualifications, industry experience and cross-disciplinary experience in materials science, metals and alloys, nanotechnology and semiconductor fabrication.
We have worked with inventors from universities, start-ups and established research institutes and companies in the following technical fields: alloys (such as MAX phases), composite materials incorporating nanocarbons, renewable technologies using advanced alloys, semiconductor fabrication and computer hardware, including microprocessor, memory, and peripheral device technologies.
We lead the field in formulating and implementing powerful, comprehensive and cost-effective patent strategies tailored for each individual client to maximise the benefits of their IP – whether that is enforcement, commercialisation or licensing.