Quentin and his CambridgeIP team help clients accelerate the development and deployment of valuable technologies. Quentin has lead CambridgeIP from its outset and his intellectual property (IP) strategy and IP policy work has been featured by the BBC, the Financial Times, Nature News, in the Wall Street Journal and elsewhere. Quentin is a recognised expert on the graphene IP Landscape. He has written articles in leading international journals, has contributed chapters to textbooks on IP strategy, IP policy and commercialising early stage technologies and he is a regular speaker at IP and technology conferences. Quentin is also a co-inventor on University of Cambridge originated nanotechnology and biomedical diagnostics patents.
Prior to CambridgeIP Quentin assisted a venture-backed nanotechnology holding company with a dozen startups develop and deliver their the IP research and IP portfolio strategy; established major university-corporate research alliances at Cambridge University; was a member of the Lambert Working group on Intellectual Property tasked by UK government to draft model contracts for industry-university collaborations; Chairman of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators IP & Electronic Media Group; co-founder of several startup companies including a chemical company, the online complaints resolution hub GetClosure and a Director of University of Cambridge spin-out companies