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Searching for variant sequences with pinpoint accuracy

USA - August 2 2018 The global market for bioengineered protein drugs is expected to reach $228.4 billion by 2021, up from $172.5 billion in 2016, rising at a compound

Why Successful Research Begins with Better Patent Searching (Part 1)

European Union, USA - August 4 2016 In every stage of innovation, knowledge of current and previous research is critical to developing a clear direction to progress forward. From

Patent Sequence Search: You’re Doing It Wrong

USA - September 9 2016 After 15 years in this field and writing about this many times, I’m still shocked when I see professional IP people that use BLAST for their sequence

Copyright Protection of DNA Sequences: Market Implications (Part 2)

USA - May 10 2016 The first installment of this two-part series on copyright sequence searching focused on the Copyright Office’s use of search in conjunction with

3 Pro Tips for Scientists When Researching Patents

Global, USA - May 30 2017 You have to understand that most applications for patents are never granted! When you search a patent database, you’ll be searching both granted

Searching for variant sequences with pinpoint accuracy

USA - August 2 2018 The global market for bioengineered protein drugs is expected to reach $228.4 billion by 2021, up from $172.5 billion in 2016, rising at a compound

3 Pro Tips for Scientists When Researching Patents

Global, USA - May 30 2017 You have to understand that most applications for patents are never granted! When you search a patent database, you’ll be searching both granted

The Evolution of Patentable Subject Matter Eligibility

USA - May 18 2017 Patentable subject matter is defined in the 35 U.S.C. 101 as: “any new and useful process, machine, manufacture, or composition of matter”, with the

Patent Sequence Search: You’re Doing It Wrong

USA - September 9 2016 After 15 years in this field and writing about this many times, I’m still shocked when I see professional IP people that use BLAST for their sequence

Why Successful Research Begins with Better Patent Searching (Part 2)

USA - August 9 2016 Mechanical, chemical, and life sciences patents in particular, pose their own challenges to searching. In all of these Technologies, inventions can