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Measuring the Impact of Innovation

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

Biotech IP Challenges Around the World: BIO’s Special 301 Submission

BIO recently submitted its Special 301 Submission highlighting intellectual property (IP) challenges around the world.  …

Brazilian Innovation: A Patent Success

The story of Acheflan highlights the role of patents in homegrown innovation in developing countries.  …

Scientific American on BRIC's IP Environment

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

USTR: TPP to have High IP Standards to "Stand Alongside other Treaty Agreements in the Area"

Stan McCoy, Assisant U.S. Trade Representative for Intellectual Property and Innovation, spoke at BIO’s 2011 …

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.  …

Blogging from #BIO2011

by Stephen Albainy-Jenei, from Patent Baristas You can keep up with what’s happening at BIO …

Docs at BIO: Patent Litigation Tactics and Strategies for Biosimilars

One of the highlights of the afternoon sessions at the BIO International Convention was a …

Intellectual Property problems for personalized medicine

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