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Global Biotechnology IP Evaluation by Scientific American

Scientific American evaluated the strength of intellectual property in 48 countries (click on chart on …

Scientific American on BRIC's IP Environment

Scientific American World View issued a special report at this year’s 2011 BIO International Convention …

Counterfeiting: White House IP Czar Victoria Espinel on working with corporations

White house IP Czar Victoria Espinel spoke at BIO’s 2011 International Convention in a session …

Innovative China: Policies for the Future

As the second largest and fastest growing market for biotechnology products, China needs no introduction.  …

'Gene Patents' Stifle Research?

The Federal Trade Commission has noted that “concern previously centered on the belief that biotechnology …

Intellectual Property problems for personalized medicine

Amid growing interest in personalized medicine that stands to provide patients with better care at …

BIOtech NOW: The Role of Intellectual Property in Global Health

The Role of Intellectual Property in Global Health BIO is committed to increase access to …

Chairman Bernanke's Speach on Government R&D Spending Policy and Economic Development

FED Chairman Ben Bernanke spoke about government funding of research and development at Georgetown University for the …

The Role of Intellectual Property in Global Health

BIO is committed to increased access to biologic medicines for patients throughout the world.  As …

Biotech, Gates Foundation, and Global Health

Great interview by Gene Quinn with Erik Iverson, Associate General Counsel with the Bill & Melinda …