BSc (first class) in chemical physics from the University of Glasgow. PhD in solid state physics from the University of Glasgow. European Patent Attorney, Chartered (UK) Patent Attorney.
Craig advises clients on patent matters in the fields of physics, electronics, computing, mechanical engineering and materials science. He has considerable experience of drafting patent specifications for inventions in the nanotechnology sector, including electrical storage cells, graphene applications, environmental sensors, user interfaces and deformable electronics.
During his PhD, Craig was awarded the JK Hunter Memorial Prize and the Thomson Experimental Prize for his research.
Examples of clients include Nokia Corporation.
Drafting and prosecuting patent applications, with particular emphasis on the prosecution of UK patent applications before the UK Intellectual Property Office and European patent applications before the European Patent Office.