Latest news

Below is a selection of media coverage, articles and announcements.


Haberman's anti-obesity baby bottle set for global market

29 Jul 2018

Globally-acclaimed infant feeding products inventor, Mandy Haberman, is set to launch her anti-obesity baby bottle in new markets to help combat the $1.2 trillion global obesity epidemic.

Mandy Haberman talks to Breakthrough magazine

12 Jun 2018

Mandy tells Breakthrough magazine about her inventing journey and and what creative entrepreneurs can do to protect their valuable intellectual property.

UK Ratifies Unified Patent Court Agreement

26 Apr 2018

Intellectual property news announcement that the UK has ratified the Unified Patent Court Agreement was made by Government Minister Sam Gyimah at IPAN's World IP Day 

Mandy Haberman speaks at AIPLA

24 Apr 2018

Mandy Haberman spoke at this month's AIPLA Women in IP Networking Global Event. a meeting of women located around the globe who practice IP law and/or regularly face IP issues in the ordinary course of business.  

Mandy Haberman on BBC1's The One Show

27 Feb 2018

Mandy Haberman, director and founder of Haberman, appeared on BBC1's The One Show to discuss the topic of patents and her specific challenges and experience as an inventor

A significant advance in paced feeding

26 Feb 2018

The Haberman Suckle Feeder invented by Mandy Haberman, has been pronounced as a "superior tool" by lactation experts and the only infant feeder to truly emulate breastfeeding, delivering natural paced feeding, and encouraging prolonged breastfeeding

Patents: Supporting British innovation for 400 years

12 Feb 2018

The UK is marking its 400th year of protecting innovation by patents, which began in 1617 when the first British patent was granted to Messrs. Rathburne and Burgess for a new method of printing and engraving maps.

Little Miss Inventor

31 Jan 2018

Mandy Haberman joined the latest Mr. Men Little Miss book, Little Miss Inventor launch at the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry. Little Miss Inventor, the 36th Little Miss Character, is a female engineer.

Are UK Universities letting students down? IPAN Research survey published

8 Aug 2016

Students demand better understanding about intellectual property (IP) and how it impacts them, as evidenced in IPAN research report: "University IP policy – perception and practice"