NONTRADITIONAL PUBLICATIONS AND THEIR EFFECT ON PATENTABLE INVENTIONS

Nature Biotechnology, Volume 20, Number 4, pages 401-402 (2002)
4.1.2002

Less traditional forms of printed publications can compromise your IP position.
Assume for a moment that you are the vice president of a biotechnology company.  You fully appreciate that the intellectual property developed by your company is a major asset to the company, and that it deserves the best protection possible.
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