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“Magic Words” Unnecessary in Identifying Field of Endeavor for Analogous Art

Written by: Raymond S. Lu & Daniel Kiang NETFLIX, INC. v. DivX, LLC Before Hughes, Stoll, and Stark.  Appeal from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Summary...

Patexia Insight 186: PGR vs. IPR: Analyzing Patent Challenge Outcomes

In the dynamic realm of intellectual property, remaining at the forefront is absolutely essential. Tomorrow marks the release of a pivotal milestone – the seventh edition of our...

Shire v. Blackburn: Drawing the Line Between FDA Drug Labeling Regulations and State Law on Product Liability

Written by: Ari Feinstein & Jane Dai, Ph.D. On June 2, 2023, drug manufacturer Shire US Inc. and related entity Shire LLC (collectively, “Shire”) asked the...

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The brain functions very differently from our current computational technologies; neuron linkages are much more complex, and information is sent in spikes of very small... Read More »
A new non-invasive technique for stimulation of the brain has helped healthy individuals learn new walking patterns more rapidly. This suggests that the technique... Read More »
Imaging brain activity by detecting very weak magnetic fields within the brain is a technology we've been using for years. Recently German scientists have... Read More »
University of Iowa neuroscientist John Wemmie’s studies suggest that pH changes are important for normal brain activity and increased acidity is linked to... Read More »
Previous studies on animal models suggest several medical uses of resveratrol -- a compound present in red grapes, red grape juice, red wine, chocolate, tomatoes and... Read More »
Researchers from the Institute for Research in Biomedicine in Barcelona, led by Eduardo Soriano, head of the Neurobiology and Cell Regeneration group, identified six... Read More »
Chronic psychotropic drug treatment may lead to structural remodeling of the brain. However, the clinical significance and details of these structural changes is not... Read More »
Drug delivery is among the most significant obstacles facing modern medicine: the more we manufacture drugs to treat specific unhealthy areas of the human body, the... Read More »
Scientists at Lund University in Sweden have discovered a new type of stem cell in the adult brain. These cells have the ability to proliferate and turn into several... Read More »
Collaborative research utilizes 'social networking' science to identify IQ gene   Everyone has been talking about a new study that links... Read More »
A study has shown that a recently discovered, difficult-to-diagnose form of encephalitis -- acute inflammation of the brain -- can be controlled most effectively if... Read More »
A new brain-machine developed at Northwestern Medicine delivers messages from the brain directly to the muscles -- bypassing the spinal cord -- to enable voluntary... Read More »
Today, Abbott announced the results from a Phase 3 trial evaluating the company's investigational compound for advanced Parkinson's disease... Read More »
In the world's largest brain study, a team of more than 200 scientists from 100 institutions around the world collaborated to map the human genes that impact the... Read More »
In a third of cases, medication cannot stop epileptic seizures. One solution is to shoot a short pulse of electricity to the brain to stop the seizure just as it... Read More »
An international team of researchers involving the University of Adelaide and University of Colorado has made a discovery that could lead to more effective treatment... Read More »
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have created the first atlas of the human brain’s surface based on genetic... Read More »
Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University have designed a new approach that could be used in treating patients with invasive brain... Read More »
Insulin resistance in the brain precedes and contributes to cognitive decline above and beyond other causes of Alzheimer's disease, according to a new study from... Read More »
A study at University of South Florida found that skull reconstruction performed immediately after trauma which penetrates or creates an indentation in the skull... Read More »
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