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Published on:27th Dec, 2014
Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, 2015; 49(2):88-92
Pharmaceutical Education | doi:10.5530/ijper.49.2.2

Divulging vital research information before patent filing: Suicidal


Authors and affiliation (s):

Gayathri Vishwanath Patil*

*Department of Pharmaceutics Global College of Pharmacy, Kahnpur Khui, Tehsil Anandpur Sahib, Distt. Ropar, Punjab, India

Abstract:

Researchers and academicians for various reasons find themselves in a situation of divulging more than required and being deprived of recognition and benefit that they deserved. This paper briefly looks into the various advantages associated with patents, what could be the different reasons for sharing or going in public about the vital reason information before filling a patent. This paper also points to the extent one can share the information which would not siphon off “obviousness” essential for patentability. The paper discusses how both the objectives of sharing information, getting peer recondition and also not to lose a patent is been discussed.

Key words : information sharing methods, objectives, patent, novelty, non-obviousness, career, research.

 

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