World Environment Day

Make space for renewable energy this World Environment Day
World Environment […]

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Modified Risk Tobacco Products: An Alternative to Conventional Tobacco

Tobacco use kills more than seven million people every year and it is predicted to raise eight million deaths by 2030.s Due to tobacco use, 80% premature death occurs in low and middle income countries, which costs increase in health care expenditure and decrease in productivity.

Theme of this No tobacco day 31st May, 2017 is “Tobacco – a threat to development.”

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IoT Security in Automotive Industry

The automotive industry has seen a fundamental shift due to […]

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Pharmaceutical market potential in emerging countries

1.Introduction
The rise of developing markets has been a defining feature […]

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World Intellectual Property Day “Innovation – Improving Lives”

WIPO defines Intellectual property as “creations of the mind, such […]

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Smart Packaging – Answer to Sustainable Packaging Needs

In the last decade, many new innovations have been made […]

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Understanding the importance of an Organized Patent Portfolio

Managing and commercializing hundreds of patents in an unorganized portfolio can be a tough job. To maximize the value of your portfolio, it is essential to understand or rather visualize:

What’s in your portfolio?
What’s in your competitors for portfolio?
Commercialization opportunities

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The CRISPR Dispute

In the hotly patent war over the priority to the invention of the CRISPR-Cas9 system between two of the most powerful universities in the US, last week on 15 February 2017, judges at USPTO ruled in favor of the Broad Institute, MIT and declared that “there is no interference-in-fact” between the two parties. In other words that the Broad Institute will retain the exclusive rights to decide who is allowed to use this groundbreaking thereby dealing a blow to the University of California.
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Innovative Chemical Packaging- Septum Cap Packaging

An important aspect of chemical industry involves suitable packaging of […]

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Shock & Kill- Hidden HIV Infection

The key impediment to a cure for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection is the presence of latent, HIV-infected cells, which can come back and produce new viruses when antiretroviral drug therapy is stopped. These latent, HIV-infected cells remain untouched by antiretroviral therapy and are not recognized by our immune system.

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