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Chemistry Breakthrough Yields New Imaging Dye - Bioscience Technology - Bioscience Technology

Chemistry Breakthrough Yields New Imaging Dye - Bioscience Technology - Bioscience Technology | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
Bioscience Technology Chemistry Breakthrough Yields New Imaging Dye - Bioscience Technology Bioscience Technology Thomas Just Sørensen and Bo Wegge Laursen, researchers of chemistry at the University of Copenhagen From microscopes to nuclear...
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FDA: Genetically modified salmon may be approved in 2013 - Digital Journal - DigitalJournal.com

FDA: Genetically modified salmon may be approved in 2013 - Digital Journal - DigitalJournal.com | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
DigitalJournal.com FDA: Genetically modified salmon may be approved in 2013 - Digital Journal DigitalJournal.com In 2010, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said that AquaBounty's genetically modified salmon (GM salmon;...
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FDA warns pregnant women of migraine drug risk - NBCNews.com

FDA warns pregnant women of migraine drug risk - NBCNews.com | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
FDA warns pregnant women of migraine drug risk NBCNews.com The Food and Drug Administration says the drugs, including Depakote and Depacon, should never be taken by pregnant women for the prevention of migraine headaches.
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Obviousness-Type Double Patenting May Exist When There Is Neither Common Ownership nor Common Inventorship | The National Law Review

Obviousness-Type Double Patenting May Exist When There Is Neither Common Ownership nor Common Inventorship | The National Law Review | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
Addressing an obviousness-type double patenting rejection, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit upheld a decision by the U.S.
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RIM Seeks Patent to Address Cyber-Bullying on Social Networks - IP Watchdog - Intangible.Me

RIM Seeks Patent to Address Cyber-Bullying on Social Networks - IP Watchdog - Intangible.Me | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
RIM Seeks Patent to Address Cyber-Bullying on Social Networks - IP Watchdog http://t.co/MrLr1df7Nb
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This "iWatch" Patent Timing Is Controversial: Here's Why

This "iWatch" Patent Timing Is Controversial: Here's Why | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
Apple filed for a watch-like patent just recently, in the wake of all the iWatch rumors hanging around.
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German court invalidates Apple's slide-to-unlock patent, but it's not ...

German court invalidates Apple's slide-to-unlock patent, but it's not ... | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
A German court ruled invalid Apple's patent for a sliding touchscreen unlocking image, marking another win for allies of Google's Android mobile operating. In.
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Apple, Samsung continue patent battles - Washington Post

Apple, Samsung continue patent battles - Washington Post | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
CBS News Apple, Samsung continue patent battles Washington Post According to the court document, ITC judge Thomas J.
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Double Patenting Problems when Inventors Move to a New Employer - Patently-O

Double Patenting Problems when Inventors Move to a New Employer - Patently-O | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
Double Patenting Problems when Inventors Move to a New Employer Patently-O Hubbell is the third element of a trio of recent decisions that remind-us that conception and inventorship will remain critically important even after the US patent system...
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Intellectual property theft hurts small businesses - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Intellectual property theft hurts small businesses - Minneapolis Star Tribune | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
Minneapolis Star TribuneIntellectual property theft hurts small businessesMinneapolis Star Tribune"We are probably doing about half the business we could do if we had protected this brand globally." Small companies like Midwest are increasingly...
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Pfizer kidney cancer drug fails as initial treatment - Reuters

Pfizer kidney cancer drug fails as initial treatment - Reuters | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
Yahoo!7 NewsPfizer kidney cancer drug fails as initial treatmentReuters(Reuters) - Pfizer Inc said its kidney cancer drug did not meet the main goal of showing a statistically significant improvement in survival in a late-stage trial without the...
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New Google Patent Named Ranking Documents To Penalize Spammers - Seo Sandwitch Blog

New Google Patent Named Ranking Documents To Penalize Spammers - Seo Sandwitch Blog | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
Information on Google Patent named Ranking Documents- know about First Rank,Second Rank,Transition Rank,Transition Period and how to remain safe in rankings.
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FDA Approves Ingestible Sensor That's Powered By Stomach Juices ...

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FDA Approves Ingestible Sensor That's Powered By Stomach Juices. By David Ponce on 08/03/12 • Leave a comment! It's called the Ingestion Event Marker (IEM), is made by Proteus Digital Health, Inc., has been available in Europe since ...
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Health law lets young people stay on a parent's plan or buy their own insurance - Washington Post

Health law lets young people stay on a parent's plan or buy their own insurance - Washington Post | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
Wall Street Journal Health law lets young people stay on a parent's plan or buy their own insurance Washington Post 3 million young people have gained health insurance since the Affordable Care Act became law three years ago, allowing young adults...
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Energy drinks' food additives prompt FDA to re-examine rules - Newsday

Energy drinks' food additives prompt FDA to re-examine rules - Newsday | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
Newsday Energy drinks' food additives prompt FDA to re-examine rules Newsday "Our system really puts the onus on us to prove harm," FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg said at the Reuters Health Summit in New York.
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Delaware judge transfers Facebook patent case to California - Thomson Reuters News & Insight

Delaware judge transfers Facebook patent case to California - Thomson Reuters News & Insight | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
Delaware judge transfers Facebook patent case to California Thomson Reuters News & Insight (Reuters) - In the latest sign that judges are scrutinizing plaintiffs' forum choices in patent litigation, Facebook Inc has persuaded a Delaware judge to...
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Microsoft hit by patent lawsuit over Skype

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A patent enforcement company called CopyTele is suing the software giant, claiming patent violations involving encryption and security. Read this article by Lance Whitney on CNET News.
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Why do humans cry? A new reading of the old sob story

Why do humans cry? A new reading of the old sob story | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
We all cry, but what biological function does it serve, asks Mark Honigsbaum. And why are humans the only species to shed tears of sorrow and joy? (RT @guardian: Why do humans cry?
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Columbia Professor Is Chosen Dean of NYU's Law School - New York Times

Columbia Professor Is Chosen Dean of NYU's Law School - New York Times | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
New York Times Columbia Professor Is Chosen Dean of NYU's Law School New York Times Trevor Morrison, 41, the new dean of New York University Law School, clerked Michael Appleton for The New York TimesTrevor Morrison, 41, the new dean of New York...
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Is Apple's iMessage Service Really Uncrackable By Law Enforcement? - Forbes

Washington Post Is Apple's iMessage Service Really Uncrackable By Law Enforcement? Forbes There's a story going around that Apple's iMessage service might be immune from any form of the police managing to intercept or read messages.
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Samsung infringed Apple patent on text selection, says ITC judge - InfoWorld

Samsung infringed Apple patent on text selection, says ITC judge - InfoWorld | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
Economic Times Samsung infringed Apple patent on text selection, says ITC judge InfoWorld InfoWorld Home / News / Technology Business / Intellectual Property / Samsung infringed Apple patent on text selection,...
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FDA OKs expanded uses for Xarelto blood thinner - Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

FDA OKs expanded uses for Xarelto blood thinner - Wilkes Barre Times-Leader | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
French TribuneFDA OKs expanded uses for Xarelto blood thinnerWilkes Barre Times-Leader(AP) Johnson & Johnson's Xarelto received an expanded indication as the Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved the blood thinner both to treat and to reduce...
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Roche patent revocation may have a bearing on other cases - Business Today

Roche patent revocation may have a bearing on other cases - Business Today | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
Business TodayRoche patent revocation may have a bearing on other casesBusiness TodayWith those words, delivered on Friday, November 2, India's Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB) revoked the patent granted in India to F.
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FDA warns Avon to smooth out claims on skin care products - Fox News

FDA warns Avon to smooth out claims on skin care products - Fox News | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
Wall Street JournalFDA warns Avon to smooth out claims on skin care productsFox NewsThe FDA reviewed the company's website in August, and objected to claims made about the products Anew Clinical Advanced Wrinkle Corrector, Anew Reversalist Night Renewal...
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Monsanto, Apple, Nike, McDonald's: Intellectual Property - Businessweek

Monsanto, Apple, Nike, McDonald's: Intellectual Property - Businessweek | Patents and IP law | Scoop.it
The National Law JournalMonsanto, Apple, Nike, McDonald's: Intellectual PropertyBusinessweekThe verdict was the fourth-largest jury award in a patent trial in U.S. history, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
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