I’m back from attending the BioOhio 2004: Entrepreneurs & Innovation in Columbus (and I have all our materials back home).  We received many wonderful compliments on our new booth featuring our  "Protect Your Stuff" ad motif and logo "bulldogs".   We gave out plenty of stuffed beanie dogs and chocolate dog bones to attendees.  Thanks to […]

Some news I always like to hear (being in the wet, allergy-prone Midwest), a new research from the University College London branch of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research (LICR), published in this week’s Nature, detail how inactivating a key signalling molecule called p110delta reduced the effect of allergies on mice. In mice lacking the […]

A movement has started called the Biological Innovation for an Open Society (BIOS) initiative by molecular geneticist Dr. Richard Jefferson, founder and CEO of the CAMBIA (Centre for the Application of Molecular Biology to International Agriculture) in Canberra. BIOS is an attempt to establish an open-source technology movement in the biotechnology industry, similar to the […]

The IP Department of Frost Brown Todd LLC will once again be a sponsor of BioOhio 2004: Entrepreneurs & Innovation.  We’ll be attending at our booth featuring our new "Protect Your Stuff" ad motif.  Omeris, Ohio’s bioscience development organization, will host its 17th annual statewide conference on October 21-22 at the Hilton Columbus. The conference […]

As many know, I have started publishing a newsletter back in 1997 when I was still in-house patent counsel at the University of Cincinnati.  Basically, I wrote a collection of news items and updates on intellectual property and licensing issues and, when I collected 10 or 12 or so, I emailed it out in the […]