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Rehabilitation Engineering Research Guide: Finding Patents
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Written for biotech and pharma company executives, Medical Patent Business Week reports the latest patent filings for new drugs, genetic discoveries, and medical materials and devices, together with business trends and fiscal reports from the companies patenting their products.
The Technology Transfer Office (the TTO) evaluates the intellectual property protections available and the commercial potential of inventions developed at WPI. The TTO does not guarantee an interest in and patenting commitment to every invention disclosed. Based upon the initial assessment of an invention and according to the WPI Intellectual Property Policy, the TTO may initiate a patent application process or it may return the invention to the inventor.
Serves as a resource for those in the general public interested in fields such as genomics, genetics and biotechnology. The DPD contains a collection of DNA-based patents and patent applications issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and makes the full-text versions of such patents available at no cost to the public.