Often, when the AI identifies a drug, and experiments confirm it is useful for the intended purpose, the drug can be patented. But what about the AI itself – can the AI be protected by patents, and should you try to?
It is possible to patent computer-implemented inventions at the European Patent Office (EPO). In particular, it is possible to patent computer-implemented inventions (CIIs) which function in the real-world.
Tech transfer teams’ IP challenges post-COVID-19 and beyond: part three how much data is enough in biotech and pharma patents applications?
‘Tech transfer teams’ IP challenges post-COVID-19 and beyond’ is a series of interactive virtual discussions,
What is CRISPR? Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPRs) are a family of DNA
Drug repurposing to treat COVID-19 – practical, legal and moral implications where research involves patent-protected drugs
One of the big talking points at present is how we can get back to
In this judgment at the High Court, Lord Justice Arnold stepped down from the Court