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How Today's Discoveries Contribute to Tomorrow's Revolution

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Posted by: Jay N

03/10/2011

This is an interesting article.
The era of biotech and genomic project will unveil so much,,,

Posted by: anonymous anonymous

01/27/2011

quite informative article… Nowadays we see lot of researc and development going in biotechnology field. I belibe that inventions in biotech field need to be patented to enhance the research further. its very important to cover the patentibility criteria for patenting a biotechnology.
I found a very informative article titled”Patentability of Biotechnology Inventions. It comprehensively explains all the criteria for patenting a biotechnology invention.
to read more please check.. http://www.sinapseblog.com/2011/01/patentability-of-biotechnology.html

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