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IdeasPowered@School provides a variety of ready-to-use educational materials in all EU languages on intellectual property for teachers and students of all ages and levels.
With this project, the EU Intellectual Property Office aims to engage the whole school community in actively encouraging the development of creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship and digital skills while learning about intellectual property.
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