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Academics Imagine a Better World: Find the Right Partner at the BIO

Academic and research institutions from around the world are coming to the BIO International Convention …

IP at the 2014 BIO International Convention

Securing and maintaining intellectual property protection for the next generation of biotech innovation faces new …

Nautilus v. Biosig, Baxter v. Fresenius and Limelight v. Akamai

BIO weighed in on three Supreme Court cases in the last few months whose outcome …

Corporate-Sponsored University Research Valuable for Further Innovation

New research published in Nature, Technology Transfer: Industry-funded academic inventions boost innovation, provides data undermining …

Special 301: BIO Highlights Challenges in India

BIO recently testified before the U.S. government on the intellectual property challenges our members face …

TPP and IP: The Economic Benefits of a Pacific Trade Agreement

Ndp Analytics recently published a study on the economic benefits of intellectual property rights (IP) …

Patently Biotech’s Top Articles of 2013

Intellectual property featured prominently in 2013’s public discourse. Gene patents, patent trolls, India’s anti-patent actions, …

TRIPs Has Delivered: Patent Agreement Increases Drug Development

The TRIPs (Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property) Agreement, effective in 1996, has resulted in …

Patents Improve Public Health: Progressive Economy Reviews TRIPS at 20 Years

Progressive Economy released a research paper examining the effect of TRIPS (Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual …

Neglected Diseases: What if IP was the Cure?

The Lancet Global Health Journal recently published an article “The drug and vaccine landscape for …