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A Stimulated NIH Discovers the Devil in the Grant Details

This blog post discusses the opportunities for growth created by the 2009 NIH stimulus funds.

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CAFC Judge Rader: “Strong IP System Allows Countries to Compete in World Marketplace”

I recently discovered an interview series on the intellectual property system on YouTube, produced by CropLife International.  Of particular interest is the interview with U.S. Federal Circuit of Appeals (CAFC)  Judge Randall R. Rader (Watch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tB3OROLi9IM). I liked the way Judge Rader defined intellectual property: a way to protect the “know-how” of any economic entity (company, university, and individual) to do business in today’s global marketplace. During the interview, Judge Rader focused on a part of the Read More >

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BIO to Update Members on Patent Reform, Biosimilars, Court Decisions, and Bayh-Dole Reform

BIO will host a webinar policy briefing May 8, 2009 especially for its law firm members on patent reform, recent court decisions, biosimilars legislation, Bayh-Dole and licensing/Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Health, Genetics & Society (SACGHS) report.

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World IP Day: Special Edition of BIO IP News Weekly

This special edition of the IP News Weekly focuses on green technology and intellectual property policy.

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BIO IP News Weekly for April 17, 2009

The IP News Weekly took a break the past couple of weeks, but this week marks my returned coverage. Visit http://www.bio.org/ip/documents/IPNewsWeeklyApril172009.pdf to view the weekly newsletter in PDF form. To subscribe to the newsletter via email, email me at [email protected]

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