Clean Technology

  • Our Clean Technology Team is made up of attorneys from a variety of technical backgrounds, which enables us to provide wide ranging experience to assist our clients in the clean technology field. Areas in which we have particular experience include biofuel production, tidal power, renewable materials, wind power, smart materials, photovoltaic cells, hydroelectric power, green chemistry, solar power, water purification, industrial plant science, industrial biotechnology, fuel cells and CO2 sequestration.

Specialist People

Specialist Team

  • Roger Calderbank

    Roger Calderbank, Partner, Patent Attorney, Trade Mark Attorney

    Roger has a degree in physics from the University of Durham.  He has particular experience of patent work in the fields of photovoltaic technology and wind turbines.

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  • Nigel Hackney

    Nigel Hackney, Partner, Patent Attorney, Trade Mark Attorney

    Nigel has a degree in electrical and electronic engineering from the University of Leeds.  His patent practice includes work in the electrical and electronic fields, and he has particular experience in the field of photovoltaic technology.

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  • Simon Kiddle

    Simon Kiddle, Partner, Patent Attorney

    Simon has a degree in chemistry from the University of Oxford.  He has particular experience of working with clients active in the areas of biomimetic membranes, renewable power generation, water purification, fuel cells and smart materials.

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  • Adrian Brasnett

    Adrian Brasnett, Partner, Patent Attorney

    Adrian has a degree in genetics from University College, London and PhD in molecular biology from Imperial College, London.  He has particular experience in the field of industrial plant biotechnology and biofuel production.

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  • Simon Kremer

    Simon Kremer, Partner, Patent Attorney

    Simon has a degree and PhD in biochemistry from the University of Bristol, with a particular specialisation in enzymology and biomass conversion.  He has extensive patent prosecution experience in the fields of industrial biotechnology and biofuels.

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  • Robert Watson

    Robert Watson, Partner, Patent Attorney

    Robert has a degree in chemistry from the University of Oxford.  His patent practice spans the whole chemical field, including technologies such as green chemistry and carbon sequestration.

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  • Chris Denison

    Chris Denison, Partner, Patent Attorney

    Chris has a degree in neuroscience from the University of Cambridge.  His practice encompasses all areas of industrial biotechnology, including biofuels.

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  • Nick Sutcliffe

    Nick Sutcliffe, Partner, Patent Attorney

    Nick has a degree in biochemistry from the University of Bristol and PhD in biochemistry from the University of Leicester, as well as several years of experience in industrial research.  He has experience across a range of biology-related clean technologies field, with particular experience of biofuel production.  Nick has contributed chapters on clean technology to business publications.

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  • Matthew Naylor

    Matthew Naylor, Partner, Patent Attorney, Patent Agent Litigator

    Matthew has a degree and PhD in materials science from the University of Oxford.  He has particular experience of patent work in relation to biofuel production, renewable materials and renewable energy.

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  • Stephen Carter

    Stephen Carter, Partner, Patent Attorney

    Stephen has a degree and masters in mechanical engineering.  He has experience in the renewable energy field, including wind turbines, ocean turbines and fuel cells.

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  • Stephen Gill

    Stephen Gill, Partner, Patent Attorney

    Stephen has a degree and PhD in materials science from the University of Cambridge.  He has particular experience of wind and tidal turbines and carbon sequestration.

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  • Rachel Oxley

    Rachel Oxley, Partner, Patent Attorney

    Rachel has a degree in chemistry and a PhD in polymer chemistry from the University of Durham. She has particular experience in the field of biofuel production.

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  • Richard Johnson

    Richard Johnson, Partner, Patent Attorney

    Richard has a degree in physics from the University of Oxford.  His original drafting work includes cases concerning the growth of nanostructures for the active elements of photovoltaic cells.

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  • Simon Parry

    Simon Parry, Partner, Patent Attorney

    Simon has a degree is ship science from Southampton University.  He has extensive experience in the field of wind and tidal turbines and carbon sequestration.

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  • Stephen Hodsdon

    Stephen Hodsdon, Partner, Patent Agent Litigator, Patent Attorney, Trade Mark Attorney

    Stephen has a degree in experimental and theoretical physics from the University of Cambridge.  He has particular experience of patent work in relation to wind turbines.

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  • Jonathan Wills

    Jonathan Wills, Partner, Patent Attorney

    Jonathan has a degree in chemistry from the University of Edinburgh, and a PhD in organic chemistry from the University of Cambridge.  His patent practice spans the chemical field, and he has particular experience of green chemistry and biofuel production.

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  • Julie Carlisle

    Julie Carlisle, Partner, Patent Attorney

    Julie has a degree and PhD in chemistry from the University of Cambridge.  Julie has particular experience of patent work in relation to organic photovoltaic cells

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  • Robert Andrews

    Robert Andrews, Patent Attorney

    Robert has a degree in molecular and cellular biochemistry from the University of Oxford and a PhD in cellular biology from the University of Cambridge.  He has experience in the area of bioethanol production and industrial fermenters / biogas production. 

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  • Elizabeth Lambert

    Elizabeth Lambert, Patent Attorney

    Elizabeth has a degree in chemistry from the University of Oxford and a PhD in chemistry from the University of Bristol.  She has particular experience of patent work in relation to biomimetic membranes and renewable power generation.

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  • June Lyons

    June Lyons, Patent Attorney

    June has a degree in chemistry from King’s College, University of London.  Her practice spans the fields of chemistry and synthetic materials and includes semi-permeable membranes for water purification and biodegradable polymers.

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