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Here's why Wisconsin's stem cell patents are being challenged

Madison, Wis. - In a criminal trial, as any fan of TV cop-and-court shows knows, the prosecution states its case first and the defense goes second. The accused can appear in deep trouble, at first blush, but the weight of evidence submitted by the defense often carries the day.

Not only does that make for appealing television drama, but it's pretty m......

Full article >>> in the case say there's nothing new in challengers' arguments. In the end, about three-quarters or more of all patents retain their patent status after re-examination. The next phase begins in about 45 days when WARF must file its appeal of the preliminary decision. All in all, the process could take years. Meanwhile, the patents remain in force.

Not a charity case

What's ......

Full article >>> anies and labs stand to gain if their research leads to a billion-dollar cure. They just can't get stem cells for free.

Even though an academic researcher can buy WARF cells for $500 - yes, $500 - and come to Madison for inexpensive training, Simpson and friends still claim WARF is blocking the schoolhouse door.

Stem cell off shoring

If anything has driven stem-ce......

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Tom Still is president of the Wisconsin Technology Council. He is the former associate editor of the Wisconsin State Journal in Madison.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 04/18/07


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