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Get to Know This Year's Women Leaders in Tech Law

The Recorder honored the women lawyers handling game-changing, law-shaping, market moving work in and around the tech sector as part of the California Legal Awards on Nov. 3. Meet...

California Police Play Copyrighted Disney Tunes to Avoid YouTube Publishing

  Copyright intends to protect the rights of creators, but here is an interesting use that you probably haven't thought about. In recent years, the recording of police...

Just The Beginning For Patent Waivers?

WTO Issues Precedential Decision Sending Shock Waves Throughout the IP World In March 2020, the world was upended and faced with unimaginable challenges. The COVID-19 pandemic posed...

Is Thanksgiving Trademarked? Who Owns Some of the Most Beloved Trademarks of the National Holiday?

  Who would have thought that centuries after the Pilgrims first feasted on their harvest, this national holiday would attract businesses to establish their presence on the...

Feed tagged as "vaccines":
On June 16, 2022, the World Trade Organization (WTO) agreed to a partial waiver of intellectual property rights related to... Read More »
Cornell researchers have discovered a new method for looking at how proteins fold inside mammal cells could one day lead to better flu vaccines, among other practical ... Read More »
Gene synthesis has become an important tool in many fields of recombinant DNA technology, including vaccine development, gene therapy and molecular engineering. The... Read More »
Mayo Clinic researchers have trained mouse immune systems to eradicate skin cancer from within, using a genetic combination of human DNA from melanoma cells and a... Read More »
Needle reuse is illegal in developed countries, and rightly so. Sadly, this practice still takes places in many undeveloped countries, and is a source of significant... Read More »
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Kristin WallMind-boggling, isn't it? Targeting the lungs through inhalable vaccines makes a lot of sense, given that massive surface area.
Feb 17, 2012
Andrei IvanovHuman lungs have the surface area of a tennis court?! I never knew, that is amazing. This powder vaccine innovation is very helpful.
Feb 16, 2012
During allergy season your eyes start to itch, your nose runs, and you sneeze incessantly. This is all because your body recognizes allergens -- anything from pet... Read More »
Scientists at Trinity College Dublin in Ireland have published an article about their discovery of a new cancer vaccine approach. The therapeutic vaccine would... Read More »
Sniffly, sneezy, achy, feverish and overall icky is what is in store for the 5 to 20 percent of the US population that will suffer from the flu this year. Over... Read More »
  GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Intellectual Property Organization launched a consortium on Wednesday that would allow the public and private sector to... Read More »
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