Inorganic & Construction Materials
Be it metals such as iron and steel, certain alloys or light metals, non-metal materials such as glass or ceramics or binders such as bitumen, chalk, gypsum, clay or cement, inorganic substances and materials have numerous important applications in industry and households, in building construction and infrastructure. Inorganic metals and semiconductors play a decisive role in the development of computer chips and cellphones, accumulators, batteries and solar cells. Inorganic bonding agents, on the other hand, are indispensable for the manufacture of paints, adhesives, ceramics and wood composites. Our team of patent attorneys with specialists in the fields of inorganic chemistry and materials engineering have sound knowledge in all of these areas and are best placed to advise and assist companies in first securing and later maintaining patent protection for their intellectual property.
Patent Attorney Trainee