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International patent war and future of patent rights

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article image A patent is the transfer of a set of exclusive rights to a scientist or an inventor by the state, in exchange of detailed public disclosure of an invention which could be a solution to a specific technical problem (utility patents), a new design (Design patents) or a newly invented product (plant patent). Some people confuse patents with copyrights and trademarks. Copyright is a kind of protection provided to an author, artist or musician for their original work in the form of scientific…Read More

LUMS Faculty secures US Patent on Advanced Radar Technology

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article image STAFF REPORT LHR: The Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) faculty of electrical engineering, Dr. Ijaz Haider Naqvi and his PhD student Faran Awais Butt have secured a US patent on Electronic Counter - Counter Measure (ECCM) technique. The technique quashes the effect of jamming on ground based radars and hence improves the accuracy of location of potential targets. Electronic Counter - Counter Measure (ECCM) is the next level radar technology focused at preventing the…Read More

LUMS Faculty secures US Patent on Advanced Radar Technology

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article image STAFF REPORT LHR: The Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) faculty of electrical engineering, Dr. Ijaz Haider Naqvi and his PhD student Faran Awais Butt have secured a US patent on Electronic Counter - Counter Measure (ECCM) technique. The technique quashes the effect of jamming on ground based radars and hence improves the accuracy of location of potential targets. Electronic Counter - Counter Measure (ECCM) is the next level radar technology focused at preventing the attempts…Read More

Boron application – a patent approach to combat aerobic rice

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Food security is an important task to nourish the rapidly growing population of the world. However, increasing food demand and declining water availability are the challenges for food security. Water scarcity is perhaps the foremost limitation for sustainable crop production, rice being the most vulnerable. During transplanting and crop establishment, the fields remain flooded with 5-10 cm of water. As much water is used for wet soil preparation for rice production and also the huge…Read More

Trade tribunal to probe Align patent feud

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article image STAFF REPORT IBD: The US International Trade Commission (ITC) has voted to institute an investigation of alleged patent infringement by ClearCorrect and ClearCorrect Pakistan.The ITC's decision is based on a formal complaint filed last month by Align Technology. In that complaint, Align asserts that ClearCorrect has infringed seven Align patents related to methods for planning and implementing orthodontic treatment using aligners. The complaint alleges that treatment planning for ClearCorrect's…Read More