Japanese ministry to expand support for iPS cell patent bids

01/12/2009 | Daily Yomiuri (Japan), The

The Education, Science and Technology Ministry in Japan said it plans to support more universities and research centers in their bids to secure patents for ideas and technologies used in studies on induced pluripotent stem cells. With government support, these institutions could hire intellectual property specialists who can advise them about patent systems abroad.

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