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INVENTORS, NOT AI-VENTORS: The Patent Act Requires an “Inventor” to Be a Natural Person

THALER V. VIDAL Before Moore, Taranto, and Stark. Appeal from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Summary: Under the Patent Act , an...

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Two weeks ago, Curevac filed a lawsuit in the German Regional Court in Düsseldorf against BioNTech over patent infringement alleging... Read More »
On June 16, 2022, the World Trade Organization (WTO) agreed to a partial waiver of intellectual property rights related to... Read More »
Back in 2021, a Stanford University team of scientists made headlines as they managed to reverse engineer the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine... Read More »
Global health care spending is predicted to reach $10 trillion USD during 2022 with almost 30% of it belonging to the USA. It might sound... Read More »
Especially now with the COVID-19 vaccine patent waiver debate, it comes to our mind the relationship between patent system and access to medicine. As in all... 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 »
A new treatment for prostate cancer utilizes both vaccine and hormone therapies. It is currently undergoing a clinical trial examining its effectiveness in treating... Read More »
Biologists have engineered algae to produce potential candidates for a vaccine preventing transmission of the malaria parasite. Part of the difficulty in creating a... Read More »
A new brain cancer vaccine, which uses materials from the tumors of individual patients, has proven effective at extending the lives of those with glioblastoma... Read More »
Through studying humans who have been infected with the dengue virus, scientists have pinpointed the region on the virus that is neutralized in those who beat the... Read More »
Insights into how the first vaccine ever reported to modestly prevent HIV infection might have worked were published online today in the New England Journal of... Read More »
The results of a new study on patients with breast cancer show that the HER2-based peptide vaccine AE37 had immunologic responses compared with a control substance... Read More »
New strategies of injecting cardiovascular disease (CVD) patients with vaccines and monoclonal antibodies to combat atherosclerosis could soon change the treatment... Read More »
A new study suggests vaccinating adults against one of the most common causes of pneumonia with a new vaccine, which has virtually eliminated this infection in... Read More »
In the 1840’s, doctors in Italy made a keen observation: nuns did not get cervical cancer while married women did. This observation led scientists to question... Read More »
A vaccine for serogroup B Neisseria meningitidis (MenB), a bacterium that causes of serious disease such as sepsis and meningitis, was effective against meningococcal ... Read More »
Protein-based pharmaceuticals offer the potential for remarkable new treatments for AIDS, cancer, blood disease, and myriad other health conditions, including... Read More »
Shiva SinghI should eat more shrimp.
Feb 8, 2012
(Reuters) - A genetically engineered smallpox vaccine reduced the risk of death for patients with advanced liver cancer by nearly 60 percent in a mid-stage study... Read More »
  By Julie Steenhuysen               CHICAGO (Reuters) - Boys should be routinely vaccinated against the human... Read More »