Prior to joining Dehns, Benjamin graduated from the University of Exeter in 2019, with a Masters degree in Physics. In his final year masters project he specialised in biophysics and investigated the physical properties of cell membranes using artificial physical models, particularly Droplet Interface Bilayers.
Benjamin joined the Engineering department at Dehns in November 2019 as a Technical Assistant.
Benjamin handles filing and prosecution of patent applications before the UK and European Patent Offices, and also has experience handling applications in a wide range of other territories worldwide. Clients include large multinational corporations, SMEs and universities. Benjamin also has experience drafting new patent applications, and providing patentability and invalidity opinions.
Benjamin handles work in a wide range of mechanical engineering and physics fields. Examples include technology related to medical devices, aerospace technology, elevator systems, oil and gas apparatus, and tobacco heating products (“THP”).
MPhys Physics, University of Exeter 2019
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