Continuum Blue


Continuum Blue provides a wide range of services, including:

  • Multiphysics Analysis
  • FEA & CFD Analysis
  • Optimisation
  • Material Selection
  • Particle Analysis
  • Particle Generation
  • Material Testing
  • Multi-Body Dynamics
  • Bespoke Analytical Services


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How we can help with your Intellectual Property (IP)

Continuum Blue facilitates patent searches & assesses the technology landscapes for our client innovations. As a technology development company, we’ve done extensive patent searches & reviews on technologies to help clients decide on how best to move forward with their innovation & manoeuvre through the patent landscape. To view some of the Intellectual Property (IP) we’ve been involved in, through our founder Dr Mark Yeoman Click here... In addition to this, we have helped companies & individuals write & file provisional & PCT applications.

IP Terminology

Intellectual Property: Intellectual property (IP) is any idea, concept that a person/s has developed. IP is not restricted to patents, but can also include copyrights, trademarks, & trade secrets.

Patents: A patent is a legal grant by a government to allow an inventor the right to exclude others from making, using, or selling an invention for a limited period of time. In return the invention must be publicly disclosed so that it encourages innovation, technical development, & ultimately economic prosperity.

Copyrights: Inventions are ideas that have been reduced to practice, i.e. they have been put in a tangible form before it is patented. As patents protect ideas reduced to practice, copyrights protect the expression of ideas & not the idea itself. Copyrights generally last for the life of the author plus 50 years.

Trademarks: Trademarks are names used by manufacturers to identify their products from others. Trademarks are used to maintain the reputation of the manufacturer. Trade Secrets: A trade secret is critical information or know-how of a business that is kept out of the public domain. Probably the most famous trade secret is the formula for Coke-a-cola.

Commercialisation: Commercialisation is the taking of IP to market. This can be product manufacture & sales or technology assignment & licensing.

PCT: The patent cooperation treaty (PCT) provides a method of filing patent applications for the same invention in several different countries at one time while providing limited IP protection.