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My family farm isn't under "corporate control"

On CNN’s blog, “Eatocracy”, Indiana farmer Brian Scott challenges the myth that farmers are slaves …

Strong IP Protection is Critical Component of Trade Agreement

The next round of discussion on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) began yesterday in nearby Leesburg, …

BIO Voices Agree: Intellectual Property Delivers

Over the last year, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global IP Center (GIPC) has met …

Spotlight on India’s Emerging Biotech Sector

India’s biotechnology sector is a burgeoning one, with more than 325 companies and some with …

Seed Patents: How Innovation May Get Lost in the Grain Elevator

The Bowman v. Monsanto case currently on petition for a writ of certiorari to the …

Prior User Rights and Trade Secrets

By Joe Allen, President, Allen and Associates One theme of the day is the cloud …

Measuring the Impact of Innovation

By Joe Allen, President, Allen and Associates It’s always an indication of interest and importance …

Gene Patent Discussion Should Include Industrial, Environmental, & Ag Biotech

Twenty-three industrial and agricultural biotech companies, ranging from development-stage businesses to all of the largest …

India Compulsory License: A Times of India Article Says It's Not Helping the Poor

India recently issued a compulsory license on Bayer’s liver and kidney cancer drug (Sorafenib) with …

BIO IP Counsels Conference Agenda Topics

Join us in Austin for BIO’s Intellectual Property Counsels Committee Conference on April 16-18.  Agenda …