Monthly Archives: March 2009

Monsanto Company: “Protect Innovation”

Read Monsanto Company’s guest blog post on innovation and patent reform on Patently-O Blog.

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HHS Requests Public Comment on Draft Report on Gene Patents and Licensing Practices and Their Impact on Patient Access to Genetic Tests

HHS Requests Public Comment on Draft Report on Gene Patents and Licensing Practices and Their Impact on Patient Access to Genetic Tests.

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California Proposes Numbers for Indirect Land Use Change Emissions

California issued a staff report last week for its “Proposed Regulation to Implement the Low Carbon Fuel Standard.” As expected, the rule proposes a measure of indirect land use change emissions for select biofuels – corn and sugarcane ethanol and soy biodiesel. The report defines the assumptions behind the analysis – in a word, that use of existing crops for biofuels reduces supplies, increases prices, and thereby induces agricultural expansion: Land use change effects occur Read More >

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Burrill Report’s interview with BIO’s President & CEO

Check out the new podcast on patent reform from Danny Levine of Burrill & Company at the Burrill Report blog.

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Patent reform and Re-examination

Patent reform legislation was introduced in the House and Senate last week. Tell BIO what you think of the expansion of re-examination proceedings.

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