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BIO Travels to Brazil to Support the Ecosystem of Innovation

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Government policies that support innovation are critical as the biotechnology industry seeks to develop innovative healthcare, agricultural, industrial and environmental biotechnology products and provide them to people all around the world. Innovation requires not only scientific research and commercial expertise, but also supportive and dynamic governments that help facilitate long-term growth of the industry. Brazil has recognized the value of innovation in maintaining a robust, diversified economy that can compete in the 21st century, and declared Read More >

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Brazilian Attorney General of the Union restricts ANVISA’s role in pharmaceutical patent review

We are receiving reports from Brazil that the Brazilian Attorney General of the Union (AGU) has adopted a position restricting the role of the National Agency for Sanitary Surveillance (ANVISA) in the patenting process for pharmaceutical products and processes.  Due to a lack of clarity in the Industrial Property Law, ANVISA has used its prior consent role to reject patent applications on the basis of novelty and inventiveness which is officially the role of the Read More >

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