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University of Virginia School of Law professor Margo Bagley delivers her lecture, 'Thou Shalt Not Steal': The Morality of Limits on Pharmaceutical Patents," to mark her appointment as Hardy Cross Dillard Professor of Law. (University of Virginia School of Law, Feb. 23, 2015)
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA — Amazon has filed a patent for a self-driving airship that can store inventory and be used as a base to launch delivery drones. Amazon’s airborne fulfillment centers would hover at an altitude of 45,000 feet and be the focal point of a network of unmanned aerial vehicles. The patent for the airship was filed in 2014 but only came to light last week, when it was uncovered by Zoe Leavitt, an analyst at technology research company CB Insights, Reuters reported. The self-driving airships would carry a cargo of Amazon products and unmanned drones to deliver goods to customers. The drones could navigate horizontally to their destination and would use little to no power, according to the patent. The airships would be replenished by smaller, unmanned service ve...
The Root Cause Of Cancer Has Been Hidden Since 1930 Cancer cells might have DNA damage, but DNA damage cannot lead to cancer. It is the real cause of cancer that actually causes DNA damage instead. In the last 125 years, numerous experts have discovered multiple facts about cancer. William Russell (1852-1940), in 1890, found that there are microbes inside and outside of cancer cells, which were later found to be “pleomorphic,” meaning that the pH state inside the cancer cells affects their size and shape. In 1931, Otto Warburg won the Nobel prize in Medicine for his discovery that the main property of cancer cells was low “ATP energy” (ATP is made inside the mitochondria of cells and is known as “adenosine triphosphate”). In 1930, Dr. Royal Rife, a microbiologist who developed the use...
(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Intellectual property (IP) rights are essential to the survival of life science companies. Learn about current key issues facing IP professionals in the life science industry and explore career opportunities for scientists seeking to remain close to cutting edge discovery without being in the lab. Series: "The Career Channel" [5/2014] [Business] [Show ID: 25967]
Alphabet's Google unit was a granted a patent for a "delivery receptacle" designed to receive packages from a drone providing a fresh peek into the tech giant's plans for delivering packages using this system by 2017. Photo: Google Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/
USPTO - What is the United States Patent and Trademark Office? Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=rolfclaessen #rolfclaessen I will give you a brief overview and then show you how to search for patents and trademarks, how you can inspect the online files – all the correspondence with the USPTO for each published patent and trademark – and how to file patents and trademarks online. The United States Patent and Trademark Office is located in Alexandria, Virginia, near Washington D.C. and is an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce. Inventors and companies can protect their intellectual property rights like patents, trademarks and designs by filing the corresponding application with the USPTO. http://www.uspto.gov/ The Patent Act of 1836 created the first o...
(Bloomberg Law) -- What will happen when the copyright on Mickey Mouse is about to run out? How long should patents last on software? University of Virginia School of Law professor Christopher Sprigman, co-author of "The Knockoff Economy" and contributor to the Freakonomics blog, addresses how he feels intellectual property law can best spur innovation. Tell us what you think: What changes should Congress make to copyright and patent law? Leave a comment below. Produced by Josh Block Follow: https://twitter.com/joshblock560 For more with Christopher Sprigman: Football, Fashion & Steve Jobs: Innovation Without IP Protection http://youtu.be/gTUZVGseLaI Comedians Stand Up to Joke Thieves Without Lawyers http://youtu.be/VWLKIiIyxjQ Bar Fight: Cuervo and Maker's Mark Duke It Out Ov...
Today, people read almost daily reports about the "broken patent system" in newspaper articles, blogs and at social media websites. Is this true? On the one hand, the high-tech and biotech industries seem awash in patent litigation, and Congress, the FTC, and the Supreme Court are considering adopting a variety of reform measures. On the other hand, the availability of patents and the property rights they secure are driving technological innovations once imagined only as science fiction - tablet computers, smart phones, genetically modified seeds, genetic testing for cancer, personalized medical treatments for debilitating diseases, and many others - and these technological marvels are now a commonplace feature of our lives. A panel of distinguished jurists will discuss these two conflic...
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The question of whether to use patent or trade secret is a complex one. Dallas Intellectual Property litigator Mazin Sbaiti discusses, from a litigator's perspective, the relative advantages and disadvantages in enforcement and monetizations of each. Call him at (214) 432-2899 or email at Mazin@Stecklerlaw.com.
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Google Tech Talks August 6, 2008 ABSTRACT Many patents granted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ("PTO") are undeserved. They are granted for several reasons, including that the PTO is not aware of significant prior art (knowledge already in the public domain), that the PTO's employees are not given sufficient time and resources to do an effective screening of patent applications and that the rules regarding how patents are granted are skewed through perverse patent policy to favor the granting of patents. Undeserved patents injure the public because they can be used by private actors to preclude activity that would otherwise be permissible, if not desirable. This causes prices for goods to be artificially high, the advancement of science to be thwarted, and civil liberties to...
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ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA — Amazon is working on a pocket-sized drone that could revolutionize police work, help firefighters tackle blazes, and even find your lost car. The tech giant was granted a U.S. patent on Tuesday for a miniature drone that would be fitted with microphones and a camera, according to the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The drone would respond to voice commands, and has several potential functions. It could be used to find a missing child through face recognition, an RFID tag, or barcode on the child’s clothing. Amazon also imagines the pocket-sized drones may help the police catch suspects. It could hover above traffic stops to record interactions between officers and citizens. Firefighters could also use the drones to identify people trapped in b...
We're back with Episode 3 of our Women in Hardware interview series presented by Adafruit and Hackster. We’re at Qualcomm’s headquarters in San Diego to talk with Tia Cassett, Senior Director of Product Management at Qualcomm Technologies, and Mary Jungman, Director of Manufacturing and Procurement at Adafruit, about supply chain management, embedded computing, and more. WOMEN IN HARDWARE An interview series by Adafruit + Hackster With support from Autodesk, Microsoft + Qualcomm https://www.hackster.io/womeninhardware Episode 1 with littleBits CEO Ayah Bdeir: https://youtu.be/_qQwCE37qpo Episode 2 with Autodesk’s Heather Kerrick: https://youtu.be/yr_kIgdC44Q Women in Hardware is a video interview series covering some of the most inspiring women pioneering the hardware industry. From ...
Virginia Mantouvalou (@vmantouvalou) is Co-Director of the UCL Institute for Human Rights and Lecturer in Law. She is also joint editor of Current Legal Problems. Subscribe to the channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=UCLGlobalHealth Like our page on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/UCL.IGH Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/UCLGlobalHealth Find out more about IGH: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/igh Produced by One Word: http://www.onewordentertainment.com/corporatevideoproduction.php The UCL Institute for Global Health is an initiative to garner the power of UCL to address the most pressing issues of global health today. Anthony Costello (@globalhlthtwit) is Professor of International Child Health and Director of the UCL Institute for Global Health.
Google Tech Talk April 26, 2012 Presented by Daniel B. Ravicher ABSTRACT America's patent system dates back to the founding of our nation when it was expressly included in the Constitution. To be sure, a patent system can provide many great benefits to society. However, patents also pose a great threat to society because the issuance of a patent makes it illegal for any American to do whatever is claimed by the patent. Thus, it is critically important to the success of our patent system that it maintain high patent quality and ensures only deserving patents are issued. Unfortunately, the American patent system today is suffering from extremely low patent quality. Every Tuesday the Patent Office issues 4,000 patents after spending on average less than a couple days in reviewing the ...