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Is Wisconsin's stem cell standing diminished?

Madison, Wis. - The legal wheels still have some spinning to do, but suddenly the prospect of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation not owning three key stem cell patents, or deriving licensing income from them, seems very real.

The decision by United States Patent and Trademark Office examiners to reject WARF'......

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I'm not going to get into that kind of speculation because I am, by and large, assuming it's not going to stand, said Mark Bugher, director of University Research Park. I think it's premature to speculate. This is a long, long process.

Legal mane......

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Critics of the WARF stem cell patents have noted that they are not recognized outside the U.S., prompting American scientists to send research dollars abroad and avoid paying royalties to WARF.

Obviously, the case

Even before the recent decision, WARF had begun to soften its stance. Following an internal r......

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Dan Ravicher, executive director of the Public Patent Foundation, does not believe the court will relax the standard. I think there's a 99 percent guarantee they will raise the bar, he said. I think the court will make non-obviousness much harder to prove.

Brave face?

In an attempt to reassure state residents, Gov. Doyle noted that Wisconsin currently has three other......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 04/04/07


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