We have a sizeable group of attorneys with diverse technical backgrounds from materials science to polymer chemistry and with extensive experience in technologies ranging from technologies that fall within the area of pure chemistry to technologies that lie at the interface of chemistry with physics or engineering including metallurgy, fibres, composite materials, polymers, nanoparticles, graphene, metal-oxide frameworks (MOFs) organic and inorganic semiconductor materials, deposition methods, lithography and battery materials including anode materials, cathode materials and electrolytes. Our experience ranges from patenting novel materials arising from early-stage university research through to improvements in existing commercially available products and associated products from multinational companies. Our technical knowledge and experience, coupled with our status as one of the leading European firms in patenting of AI, means that we are ideally placed to handle patents and patent applications in the rapidly growing field of material informatics.