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Latest Technology & Patent Trends: Regenerative Medicine

Article Source: http://techcorplegal.com/Blog_Technology_Law_Business_Research/2012/09/23/latest-technology-patent-trends-regenerative-medicine/ Regenerative medicine is an upcoming technology field that may be capable of repairing and replacing damaged cells, tissues, and organs by using those that are specially grown. This technology has evolved by the combined efforts of scientists belonging to a diverse range of expertise, including, biology, genetics, physiology, nanotechnology, and pharmacology. Generally,… Continue reading Latest Technology & Patent Trends: Regenerative Medicine

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NIH Stem Cell Injunction Vacated by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit

The federal government can continue funding research using human embryonic stem cells, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled today, reversing a lower court injunction against the National Institutes of Health. Two scientists who work with adult stem cells sued NIH to stop embryonic stem cell research, charging that revised 2009 guidelines… Continue reading NIH Stem Cell Injunction Vacated by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit