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Supreme Court to Weigh in on Fraud Standard under False Claims Act

Written by: Michael R. Christensen In a move that may substantially increase healthtech companies’ exposure to monetary damages, the U.S. Supreme...

Patent Affirmed as Unenforceable Due to Prosecution Laches

Written by: Daniel Kiang & Timothy A. Willis PERSONALIZED MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS, LLC V. APPLE INC. Before Reyna, Chen, and Stark. Appeal from the United States...

A Look At The Legal Intersection Of AI And Life Sciences

By Ariel Soiffer, Elijah Soko and Paul Lekas (January 20, 2023) This article was not written by ChatGPT. Will all articles have to start with a statement like this? And will any...

Patexia Insight 166: 5-Year Patent Litigation Trends

Tomorrow, our third annual Patent Litigation Intelligence Report will be released, covering the period from July 1, 2017, through June 30, 2022. The report evaluated a total of 18,493...

Is a Patent a Definitive Assurance of Your Idea's Authenticity?

A patent is a legal form of protection granted to inventors for their unique and useful ideas, designs, or products. It gives the patent owner exclusive rights to prevent others from...

Fresh From the Bench: Latest Federal Circuit Court Case

CASE OF THE WEEK Personalized Media Communications, LLC v. Apple, Inc., Appeal No. 2021-2275 (Fed. Cir. Jan. 20, 2023) Our Case of the Week focuses on the doctrine of prosecution...

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Anyone familiar with the fate of claims to primers used in PCR, to amplify a stretch of target DNA in order to determine whether or not a significant mutation is... Read More »
In ex parte Ho, the subject of my last post, the PTAB reversed the Examiner’s rejection of claims to a population of bone marrow cells obtained by two-stage... Read More »
On July 18th, in appeal no. 2017-007443, the PTAB reversed the Examiner’s rejection to an improved method of manipulating the huge amount of DNA sequence... Read More »
On January 25, a team at the Chinese Academy of Sciences published an online paper that will appear in Cell, 172, 1-7 (Feb. 8, 2018) reported the cloning of two... Read More »
A tiny vibrating cantilever sensor could soon help doctors and field clinicians quickly detect harmful toxins. The list includes bacteria certain types of cancer from ... Read More »
Vaccines are designed to mimic aspects of the microbe they hope the help the body build immunity to. Typically, this means dead or weakened versions of the microbe... Read More »
Researchers from MIT announced last week that they have engineered tiny particles made out of RNA and DNA, utilizing a technique called “nucleic acid... Read More »
Unique patterns generate when two immiscible fluids flow together and this has been a factor for scientists to develop a new tool for studying tiny... Read More »
Enjoy this week’s wrap up of trending medical news!   Rats paralyzed due to spinal cord injury walking again thanks to new therapy Rats that... Read More »
Researchers at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University have developed a method for building complex nanostructures out of short ... Read More »
Here's your weekly wrap up of the top medical news! Baby kept alive with world’s smallest artificial heart Italian doctors are reporting that... Read More »
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Aurora SterlingThe connections between industry and research are always interesting
Jul 5, 2012
Stanford University researchers Jerome Bonnet, Pakpoom Subsoontorn and Drew Endy have developed a method for repeatedly encoding, storing and erasing digital data... Read More »
Geneticists faced a problem with the recent discovery of a "sixth nucleotide" in DNA. It turns out that two modifications of cytosine, one of the four DNA... Read More »
A new study gives insight into how how stem cells differentiate. New findings show that embryonic stem cells must be fully able to compact the chromatin inside of... Read More »
Liquid crystals underlie pixels that make sharp pictures on thin computer or television displays. Liquid crystal displays are already a multibillion dollar industry... Read More »
When it comes to detecting and discriminating between a diverse variety and large number of substances, biological noses are unparalleled. UPenn researchers hope to... Read More »
Scientists at Cambridge University and the Babraham Institute have demonstrated a new technique that could improve epigenetics research and help scientists better... Read More »
Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Yale University have developed a new concept for use in a high-speed genomic sequencing device that may potentially... Read More »
Once considered unimportant "junk DNA," scientists have learned that non-coding RNA (ncRNA) -- RNA molecules that do not translate into proteins -- play a... Read More »
Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and Yale University have developed a new technique for use in a high-speed genomic sequencing device that may have ... Read More »
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