One of the benefits of attending the American Society of Hematology (ASH) annual meeting that finished earlier this week in New Orleans is the opportunity to talk to experts who are at the forefront of their field.
Medivation investors hoping for a windfall will be disappointed to hear that on December 20, 2012 a California judge ruled
Today is the first “Innovation Day” at Children’s Hospital Boston. For those, like me, who can’t be in Boston for it, you can follow on Twitter using the hashtag #iday or watch online via live streaming.
Richard Hsu (@hsutubeesq), a Silicon Vally technology lawyer and partner at King & Spalding has a new blog that I’d like to recommend.
For those unable to make it to Washington DC for the 2011 Convention of the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) that starts today, you can follow all the #BIO2011 conference tweets live on the Icarus Consultants website.
I am excited to be attending, for the first time, the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) international convention that takes place in Washington DC in just over a week’s time from Monday June 27 to Thursday, June 30th.
That is the interesting question that struck me after reading Sam Kean’s informative article in the February 4 edition of Science. Ten years on from the sequencing of the Human Genome, the patenting of human genetic information presents unique challenges at the interface of science, law and innovation.
I will be at WordCamp Phoenix tomorrow, along with 650 other attendees, for what is set to be an exciting meeting. Not only is it a great opportunity to escape the lousy New Jersey weather, but the meeting program is awesome.
Intellectual property (IP) rights are important in the biotechnology industry; one only has to look at a licensing, consulting or service agreement to appreciate this.