The international patent system, your instrument of revolution

Eisenhardt, Patricia E.
January 2003
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Jan2003, Vol. 375 Issue 1, p11
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the international patent system. It informs that scientists must participate in the academic dialog, which drives the collective progress of the scientific research community. Indeed, the scientific recognition that comes through publication is essential to career development and garnering the resources that enable the advancement of fundamental research. Experts in intellectual property development would generally agree that the best approach is to file early and file often for patent protection, always prior to any form of public disclosure. It further informs that scientists must know their patent law.


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