Ben Oakley

Prior to joining Isis Enterprise, Ben worked as a technical assistant for one of the UK’s largest patent and trade mark attorney firms, Marks & Clerk LLP. Ben has a background in intellectual property and has experience working with clients from mechanical, electronic, electrical and software-based fields. He also has experience in academic research, having contributed to two independently funded research projects during his time at the University of Warwick. One project looked at providing suitable computer software algorithms to support the next generation of liquid Argon particle detectors (predominantly used in neutrino physics experiments). The other project investigated the viability of new techniques for non-destructive testing of materials in scientific and industrial settings. Ben has a Master’s Degree in Mathematics and Physics (BSc MMathPhys) from the University of Warwick and also holds a Foundation Certificate in Intellectual Property Law.

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