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BIO submits comments on Australian Senate Patent Amendment

The Australian Senate has proposed the Patent Amendment (Human Genes and Biological Materials) Bill 2010 that …

PTO Director Kappos Remarks at Innovation Alliance Conference: IP leads to job growth

Thank you Roger [Martin], for that kind introduction.  I would like to thank the Innovation …

BIO's Comments on proposed PTO Humanitarian Technologies and Licensing Through the Intellectual Prop...

Here are the highlights from BIO’s recent submission on the proposed PTO “Request for Comments …

Recent Federal Register Notices

 A collection of Federal Register Notices dating back to November 5th.  Mainly for Small and …

USPTO Requesting Comments on Humanitarian Technologies

In case you missed it, on September 20 the United States Patent Office issued a …

Sharing & Promoting Innovative Technology in Public-Private Global Development Partnerships

This year, CropLife International is assembling a diverse panel with substantial experience to offer their …

Department of State: Foster Climate Change Solutions, Biodiversity, & Economic Development with IPR ...

CropLife has recently published their newest video interview last week with Carrie LaCrosse, of the …

BIO IP News Weekly for June 26, 2009

This week’s BIO IP News Weekly includes an analysis of Professor John Duffy in Business …

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.

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 …