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IP is at the heart of life sciences innovation

In recent years, technology and innovation has advanced at an unprecedented pace. Flying taxi drones, self-driving cars and 3D-printers immediately come to mind. However, exciting progress has been made in life sciences and the healthcare sector as well. With CRISPR, bionic limbs and 3D-printed tissue, the medical sector has never been closer to eliminating disease

Blockchain and patent Law: A conversation with Berkeley Law

Chris Mammen recently interviewed Berkeley Law professors Narechania and McCrary about some of the IP applications of blockchain. This short video touches upon the following points: What is blockchain? Does it have broader applications outside Finance? Who is the inventor and why is his/her/their identity important? How might ownership of a core set of blockchain patents play out in