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post image Biotech financing: the risk components, ‘going long’ and patents as knowledge currency from

The Valley of Death was not a nice placeThis is the fifth post in a series of six on biotech. The earlier posts can be found here (introductory), here (ethics), here (case law) and ...

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IPO Webinar on Teva v. Sandoz from

The Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) will offer a one-hour webinar entitled "After Teva: How Will Patent Litigation Change?" on February 5, 2015 beginning at 2:00 pm (ET). Paul Berghoff of McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert ...

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Webinar on Overcoming § 101 Rejections Post-Alice from

Strafford will be offering a webinar/teleconference entitled "Overcoming Sect. 101 Rejections Post-Alice Corp. -- Leveraging USPTO Guidance and Recent Decisions to Meet Sect. 101 Patent Eligibility Requirements" on February 12, 2015 from 1:00 to ...

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Special Report: Will India Bend To US Pressure On IP Rights? from

It is no secret that the United States has been scaling up pressure on India to adopt intellectual property measures similar to those common in the United States and the European Union. But to what ...

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Patent Law Jobs from

Patent firms are hiring and posting jobs on  Here is a list of jobs posted over the past four days.  Employers say the best patent-focused candidates come from Patently-O.  Good luck with ...

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Senator Cornyn on patent reform 2015 from

From the National Journal

Without mentioning him by name, Cornyn charged then-Majority Leader Reid for killing a bipartisan compromise set to emerge from the Senate Judiciary Committee."But then, just as the markup was getting ...

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Nano structure in Li-air battery from

A post at the MIT Tech Rev begins

Lithium-air batteries, which could give electric cars the same range as gasoline ones, are a step closer to becoming practical. Researchers at Yale and MIT have found ...

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What would Chief Justice Marshall say? from

I was reminded of Chief Justice Marshall’s statement for the Court in Marbury v. Madison: It is emphatically the province and duty of the judicial department to say what the law is. Those who ...

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Flashback on technology of LS9 from

A flashback from New Scientist on 7 August 2010, from the article -- A replacement for crude oil from engineered bacteria --


GENETICALLY modified bacteria that munch on sugar to produce feedstock for refineries could bring down ...

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Electric hybrids in 1915 from

From the Montreal Gazette on 31 Jan. 2015:


At the New York Auto Show in 1915, the motoring world witnessed the debut of a gasoline-electric hybrid called the Owen Magnetic - "the car of a thousand ...

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