Patently naive

  • Published 2009 in Nature Medicine

Abstract

Patent protection is a cornerstone of innovation, and biomedicine is no exception to this rule; securing intellectual property is a sine qua non for the development of new drugs and medical devices. It is therefore paradoxical that, even though most biomedical scientists would love to patent their work, they know very little about the rights they have over… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nm1109-1229

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@article{2009PatentlyN, title={Patently naive}, author={}, journal={Nature Medicine}, year={2009}, volume={15}, pages={1229-1229} }