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November 22nd, 2004

Bill Aims to Protect Joint Patents

Patents that result from collaboration between universities and companies won new protections from legal challenge under legislation that passed Congress over the weekend.

"Today's biotech, pharmaceutical, and nanotechnology companies are among the foremost users of collaborative research strategies," Rep. Lamar S. Smith (R-Tex.), the bill's chief sponsor in the House, said in a statement.


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