Patent & IP news for November 22, 2012

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post image Jackie Maguire (in 2D) on 3D from

IP Finance's friend Jackie Maguire (CEO, Coller IP) has been interviewed by the BBC on the increasingly interesting field of 3D printing.  If 3D printing lives up to only a tenth of its hype ...

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As a trained physicist one of this bloggers favourite TV programmes is the US sitcom "The Big Bang Theory". He's not very keen on dubbed German version and was pleased to find that the ...

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Patent Profile: USPTO Issues Patent for Paromomycin-supplemented Turkey Feed for Prophylaxis of Histomoniasis and Improved Weight Gain from

By Donald Zuhn -- Last month, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued U.S. Patent No. 8,293,266, entitled "Paromomycin-supplemented feed stuff for turkey and use thereof for prophylaxis of histomoniasis, reduction of ...

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Celebrating Thanksgiving with Turkey Hunting Patents from

It is a bit difficult to take this invention too seriously for several reasons. First, according to Oregon State University poultry scientist Tom Savage, turkeys are “smart animals with personality and character, and keen awareness ...

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WHO Member States Agree On Roadmap To Fight Poor Quality Medicines from

The first meeting of the World Health Organization mechanism intended to promote the prevention and control of “substandard/spurious/falsely-labelled/falsified/counterfeit” (SSFFC) medical products is being called a success. Member states agreed on a ...

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Subsequent Entry Biologic Litigation Set to Take Off in Canada from

The Canadian pharmaceutical industry is entering a new era as Subsequent Entry Biologic (SEB) litigation begins to emerge in the Canadian pharmaceutical landscape. Biologic drugs are derived through the metabolic activity of living organisms and ...

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NGOs Views On WIPO Treaty For Blind Reveal Difficulty In Reaching Accord from

Non-governmental organisations this week vehemently voiced their positions at the World Intellectual Property Organization on a text that could become a treaty increasing access to books by visually impaired people. The NGO exercise unveiled a ...

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Hp and Autonomy–I feel a blog post coming on from

It’s been a hectic few months and I’ve got out of the habit of blogging. There’s is much IP news around and some good informed debate (more of the former than the ...

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