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While Google has announced that it will open its Glass Explorer program - at least for a day - the search giant could be "looking" beyond the glasses and toward contact lenses.
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The Broad Institute today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued the first patent for an engineered CRISPR-Cas9 system that is enabling scientists to modify genes and better understand the biology of living cells and organisms.
The allowed claims are directed to Alzheon's lead therapeutic candidate ALZ-801, and protect the ALZ-801 compound, pharmaceutical compositions containing ALZ-801, as well as methods of treating Alzheimer's disease using ALZ-801.
An Ocean City retailer is suing the brewery for trademark infringement. Though the lawsuit continues, Shorebilly Brewing announced at the end of last year that it would rename itself , opening up suggestions for its new moniker to the public.
A Maine medical device manufacturer has been awarded a patent for an invention that will provide doctors with the ability to detect patients at risk of diabetic limb loss more reliably and at earlier stages.
Things that are worth talking about need names. Good, distinctive names are best.
In the world of industrial design and branding, the appearance or look and feel of a product can be subject to various forms of intellectual property protection.
Google has a new patent application with the USPTO , which takes one of the basic concepts of Glass and extends it even further, embedding tiny cameras that could be embedded in contact lenses for various uses, including photographing what a wearer sees, or providing the basic input for a contact-based assistive device for the visually impaired.
Depew School District is hosting Camp Invention, a one-week program for children in grades 1-6 with curricula that develops creative, inventive thinking, and problem solving skills through hands-on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
The Jewish Mother, a restaurant and live music venue, at one time had venues in Norfolk, Hampton, and the Hilltop district of Virginia Beach.
A few weeks ago, the Supreme Court decided a case that clarifies the pleading requirements for a plaintiff who makes a claim for false advertising under the Lanham Act.
The USPTO proposed attributable ownership rules would require the public disclosure of the "attributable owner" of patent applications and patents.
The USPTO broke a new record in March 2014 - issuing more than 6,000 utility patents in a single week.
The Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments in Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank , a case in which the outcome may have a dramatic effect on the future and direction of software patents.