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March 1st, 2005

February 2005 Report on New Academic Research

Abstract:
David Almeling is now a clerk at the 11th Circuit. His recent article in the Stanford Technology Law Review discusses utility requirement issues of nanotechnology inventions. Specifically, Almeling argues that nanotech should be measured under the same utility requirements as all other inventions.

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Patently-O: Patent Law Blog

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