Pennsylvania: The State of Innovation

Jun 18, 2012

Steve Kratz at Department of Community and Economic Development, and Nadine Späth at Pennsylvania’s Authorized Trade Representative explain why, and what sets Pennsylvania apart from the rest. ...

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BIO-Europe Spring® 2012 – Amsterdam Sets New Benchmark in Partnering

Jun 18, 2012

For a small country, the Netherlands is definitely not a small player in life sciences and health. The Dutch sector owes its position to a strong foundation of excellent science, a vast clinical research infrastructure, and a culture of entrepreneurship and open innovation. Sandra Migchielsen at Amsterdam Innovation Motor provides an insight into the successfully hosted BIO-Europe Spring® 2012. ...

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The Proposed New European Unitary Patent and Unified Court

Jun 18, 2012

Vicki Salmon at IP asset LLP questions whether the system that is being proposed makes life easier or more difficult for technology companies, whether the political deal is a good one, and how, if it comes about, it should affect your current patenting and business strategies. ...

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What about ‘Melon’ Patents

Jun 18, 2012

Bart Laenen at LC Patents discusses the appraisal of non-governmental organisations objecting to the practice of the EPO in awarding patents to companies. ...

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