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  • Illegal, Immoral, Unethical Patentable? Issues in the Early Lives of Inventions (1 of 5) (1 of 5) The Distinguished Speaker Series of the Center for Health Care Law at Saint Louis University School of Law presents Margo A. Bagley, JD, Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law, January 21, 2010.
  • You Cannot Discover Health In A Lab! Western medical research is newtonian, reductionist, imput oriented and almost wholly uninterested in cause. If cause mattered than we would have to compair ourselves to a control group that had the health qualities we wished for. In todays research we take "normal" people and subject them to chemical compounds and monitor the disease statistics. See the difference? One approach is to look for a patentable product that mitigates the effects of some disfunction while the other form of research references nature and seeks to understand the blockage to normal cellular processies. http Please RATE, COMMENT and SUBSCRIBE for more Paul Chek Live! core Holistic Health Practitioner Nutrition, Hydration Sleep make up the Yin Breathing Thinking Movement makeup Yang energetic Reality guru philosophy master enlightenment Whey protein supplements diet recovery nutrition disease health flouride water supply privatization fruit juice fructose glucose stevia xylatol diabetes body sxephil hotforwords muscles recipe cleansing detox valsartdiary cool
  • Patent Law Fundamentals for Scientists, Engineers, and Managers - Part 2 - SpecialChem LOD WATCH THE FULL VIDEO HERE: In this video you will learn the fundamentals of patent searching using the United States Patent and Trademark Office web site and other free web sites. In particular, the types of patent searches, and searching by classification, text and citations will be reviewed. Attendees will also learn the requirements for patentability, including patentable subject matter, utility, novelty and non-obviousness. Finally, formalities associated with US application filing including the duty of disclosure, the information disclosure statement, the oath/declaration and the assignment will be reviewed.
  • Is My Invention Patentable? Part 1: Law 35USC101 This is a quick video covering the first law (35USC101) of the patent approval process
  • Our Bodies, Whose Patents? BMSTV discusses -The case, commonly referred to as ACLU v. Myriad Genetics, is the first of its kind to address whether genes are patentable. Plaintiffs are arguing that genetic information should not be the sole possession of corporations, and people shouldn't have to pay exorbitant fees to research their own DNA. The defendants say that without patent protection, private industry won't invest in genetic testing and patients will suffer. Article by Joy Y. Wang
  • Bioethics of Patenting Human Genetics / Documentary Patently A Problem. A film about how one corporation is enforcing patents on human genetic sequences in Australia and throughout the world. / / Producer: Four Corners; Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 Australia.
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  • Illegal, Immoral, Unethical Patentable? Issues in the Early Lives of Inventions (2 of 5) (2 of 5) The Distinguished Speaker Series of the Center for Health Care Law at Saint Louis University School of Law presents Margo A. Bagley, JD, Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law, January 21, 2010.
  • Heart Monitoring Vest - Commercialization, Innovation & Intellectual Property Market disruptiveness determines whether an entrepreneur can effectively patent and own and invention and defend its uniqueness against other competing products. The HMV is considered to be a market-disrupter, where its uniqueness lies on the capability of patients to one day manage a long-wearing garment themselves in a home setting. Ocorant will own the IP on the device and algorithm.
  • Amazing new invention for climbers. After a long day's climbing, what you really want is a cold beer. This is an easy way of getting your hands (well, mouth, actually) on the good stuff inside that bottle. Of course, it's not really an "invention". Finding a new use for an existing product fails the requirement of "novelty" in intellectual property law. So it is clearly not patentable. It's just a cool new way to open a beer. But it terms of the "utility" requirement for a patent, this wins. As for the "non-obvious" thing, well they say necessity is the mother of invention. This convenient alternative use was discovered by a mate of mine by the name of Rosco after a bouldering session at Axis Extreme in Nelspruit. So I cannot take credit for it. Just a silly spoof advertisement. One of those things you do while the camera's still on the tripod and you're waiting for another video to upload. Of course, if I'm hoping to get any views from non-climbers, I'll have to include words like "death fall fatal accident huge injury broken bones suicide jump" and so on, because that's the only thing you morbid ***s are interested in. Those sort of videos should be banned, IMHO. Except I sometimes watch them as well, I supppose. We're a sick bunch, the human race. These hangers are affixed to the rock by means of "bolts", either chemical anchors or sleeve anchors, sometimes called expansion bolts. All instainless steel, of course. In the early days, people would bolt routes with normal steel bolts. Corrosion was a ...
  • Water Cure Debate The "Water Cure", which features water and salt as curative agents, is disputed by allopathic medicine as lacking double-blind, peer-reviewed studies. This is countered by the fact that water is not patentable, is not backed by water cure research funded by any governmental or drug company, but is backed by many thousands of testimonies for preventing or curing diseases, which are actually caused by unintentional chronic dehydration.
  • How the Bilski Decision will Affect Patent Law The Supreme Court's Bilski decision slightly broadens the scope of patentability beyond the "machine or transformation" test, but not much. The USPTO is still using the "machine or transformation" test, and there are no clear guidelines as what if any abstract business processes are patentable. Learn more at
  • 2.2 Patentable Subject Matter - Jeremy Shum Engineering Lectures Finding difficulties progressing through your University of Adelaide or University of South Australia law degree? Never fear because Waverly Labs is here! They are a consulting firm offering professional problemsolving solutions, with a low profile approach to delivering...
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  • How to Get a Patent in 5 Steps Step 1: Record Your Invention ASAP Step 2: Do a Patent Search Step 3: To Apply or not to Apply? Step 4: Choose the Right Type of Patent Application Step 5: Waiting for a Decision from the USPTO
  • Why Apitherapy Scares the Heck Out of Doctors . Yes it's true: the Food and Drug Administration actually violently stopped Andrew Kochan, MD (Sherman Oaks CA 818.995.9331,) from conducting research into the efficacy of apitherapy within a Los Angeles hospital. Why? It's not patentable enough, not expensive enough to coddle their monopoly's bottom line. When the bottom line is anything but what is healthy for the majority of Americans, what works, what is cost-effective, well, Houston, we have a problem. And the problem is, as usual, Houston/DC/Dixiecrats/money-obsessed Wallstreeters and their monopolizing kin. And I am not going to get mad; I'm just not going to sit back while they walk all over my people. my planet, and the fairest animal of all, the honeybee, which we all need, just to coddle their bottom line and keep the rest of us desperate. We don't have to be desperate. We have to get this message out. WE have the honeybee, and as long as we have her, we can have all the food, medicine, and shelter we need. Without her we and they are doomed. Let's not let them take that away from us! Fight for the right to be free. Slavery is so yesterday!
  • REAL ARYA-"REVIVING HINDUISM" this system is living like us and we are in this system,works as moving functions as we absorbs the energy of it . The system nemed previously as FATHER,KHUDDA,MAALIK=VIJAY KAABAJJAH,i call him MY FATHER, VIJAY KAABAJJAH and he has functions like us as he intakes energy and has protecting system as we have white blood capillaries ,naming ALLAH (PLANET SATURN)the WBC/protecting cell function parametre or something like that of KAABAJJAH .which takes care of functions of energy absorptions like us and it works accordingly and will have other checking and developing functions also. We can survive by only helping the system KAABAJJAH by developing ourselves as child or other beneficiary functions of VIJAY KAABAJJAH.its difficult to understand but just think you are VIJAY KAABAJJAH and there is millions of moving functions,viruses that lives in our body,and takes part in generating new lives and processes . KAABAJJAH is our life producer and rely hope on every living fuction in him,as father, ALLAH is checker function like WBC or something like that,AND there will be other checking functions also which helps KAABAJJAH to protect and grow the system of him and he got a shape but it will only be definate for us after meeting him as a son.System always gives us choices to select,its our choice to choose and this KAABAJJAH series continues ................ and in this journey we have to absorb power in form of food and it could be any living being or partical. ANOTHER THING IS ...
  • electron skateboards - skate elétrico $1000 Ebay User ID : INNOVATION-MAN2 Product Brand : INNOVATIONMAN Type : Electric Skateboard Patent number: 23257 (Thailand) INNOVATION-MAN.hi5.com http DIP marched forth to become a member of the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) Thursday, 17 January 2008 The Department of Intellectual Property (DIP) takes over from the National Legislative Assembly (NLA) on Thailand's accession to the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) under the World Intellectual Property Organization or WIPO to protect Thai inventions in the global arena. Mrs. Puangrat Asavapisit, Director-General of the Department of Intellectual Property, the Ministry of Commerce, revealed that after widespread discussion and scouting for inputs and recommendations on Thailand's accession into the PCT since last year, "On the 10th January, the National Legislative Assembly has reached a unanimous decision that Thailand should become a party to the Paris Convention and the PCT with a vote of 121 against 2. The next step is for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to carry out the legal proceedings on the accession process with WIPO. If there is no objection from existing members of the Paris Convention and the PCT, then Thailand will gain membership within 90 days". The PCT is an agreement to help facilitate international patent registration. Currently, 138 countries are members of the PCT, include Thailand's trading partners and key competitors, such as the US, the EU, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, and Vietnam ...
  • John Rizvi, Esq. - Is my Idea Patentable? Florida Patent Attorney, John Rizvi, discusses how inventors can help in a determination of whether or not a new idea is patentable.
  • Origins of Medical Industry Corruption The modern day mainstream medical industry has a dubious history, deeply rooted by a drive for profit through the subversion and suppression of non-profitable and non-patentable therapies and treatments. To this day mainstream allopathic doctors and practitioners are heavily indoctrinated into a system that protects ever increasing industry profits while fiercely defending orthodox therapies. The network of allopathic medical institutions and education strictly denies medical freedom and outlaws any treatments that cannot generate market share profits for their monopolized industry.
  • 1st_folding_boom_concrete_pump.avi Marvin Bennett enters from the right at 0:11 because he set that camera then walked into the shot. == Marvin Bennett developed this modern style concrete boom from 1967 - 1969. In 1969 4" delivery, 62' vertical reach, 95 cy/hr. By 1973 Marvin and Richard Bennett were selling a 100' long 5"delivery and a 120' long 4" delivery in 1974 . I once asked Marvin why the boom was not patented and he said that the USPO told him it was a DISCOVERY, not and invention and therefor not patentable. Here is the foundation patent for the modern concrete pump. Putzmeister is the current owner of Marvin and Richard Bennett's legacy. == I love this patent because the main USPO category is PUMP. = Patent number: 3279382 Filing date: Apr 14, 1964 Issue date: Oct 18, 1966 BENNETT PUMP == I think BENNETT PUMP is the solution to the industrial WORKING CONCRETE pump. I mean WORKING pumps because before this patent, you could not reverse the flow and clear a rock jam. As I understand it, the major problems that were solved to get this far were; 1. the even chromium plating of the interior of a tube [by a man whose name I have to get from Marvin] 2. the ability to reverse the flow to clear jams in the pipe. [Marvin] 3. the hydraulic switching. Which I think is vastly underrated aspect of this discussion. [Marvin] Final patent with the updated electrical switching. == SHEET D. Bennett Long Beach et al [gotta to get google to correct these] Patent number: 3587236 Issue ...
  • Need A Patent Quickly? Learn About Accelerated Examination Eric Hanscom of ICIP Law () talks about ways to expedite the patent approval process using Accelerated Examination.
  • PATENTS FOR SPORTS MOVES?.wmv Patentable subject matter and a future world of football where patents for sports moves are the next big thing to be granted. Is it just a lot of legal chatter? In a global world of patents, what could happen to an AFL player in the grand final for an infraction down under in Oz.
  • String Promo - Free Film Music Download: Our website: String is a designer bundle from It contains 18 film music songs of each approximately 3 minutes, recorded by a single guitar. The files are uncompressed 48Hz, 16bit .wav files. Everything is professional recorded on the finest stereo quality and pre-corrected in post production. For most music you need to pay a patent able to use and share it. In this bundle not, everything is patent free to use and share. The songs are made for film and video, therefore this bundle can be used in your video, film and sound editing.
  • Kaye Scholer's David Barr on Redefining Patentable Subject Matter From PLI's Developments in Pharmaceutical & Biotech Patent Law 2010 www.pli.edu
  • Illegal, Immoral, Unethical Patentable? Issues in the Early Lives of Inventions (3 of 5) (3 of 5) The Distinguished Speaker Series of the Center for Health Care Law at Saint Louis University School of Law presents Margo A. Bagley, JD, Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law, January 21, 2010.
  • Introduction to Patenting Introduction to Patenting If you have an invention, be it a new product or process, then it may well be patentable, and Albright Patents are here to ensure that you maximise the protection available for your invention. To obtain a patent, your invention must be novel at the time that you file your patent application and it must also be inventive. A patent is a bargain between you and the state. You tell the state about your invention, and if they are convinced that it is novel and inventive, then they will grant you a patent for it. The upshot of this is that you must keep your invention confidential until such time as you file your patent application. If you are worried that you may have disclosed your invention, then please contact us and we can discuss it. Sometimes a disclosure does not count, for example, because the disclosure was not enough for someone else to recreate the invention. The procedure to obtain a patent is relatively complicated, but we are here to make the process as simple and smooth as possible. We at Albright Patents will do the hard work for you. Firstly we require a full disclosure of the invention, concentrating on the reason for creating the invention, the advantages of the invention, the technical features, and similar ideas in the same field, which are already in the public domain. If you have conducted a patent search, then we should like to see the results. You may ask yourself, can I show this information to Albright Patents? Well the ...
  • What is the MRF Patent Process Like? Scott Johnson, founder and president of the Myelin Repair Foundation, walks us through the steps of getting our academic scientists and their universities to file patents on their discoveries.
  • Patentable subject matter - The Jeremy Shum Invent Company ***ogous to the Dennis Lim Law Notes the University of Adelaide Law School has adored for so many years, The Jeremy Shum Invent Company is now bringing its instructional nutshell video series for law students from Harvard Law School and beyond to enjoy! Please go to for more info.
  • Bilski v Kappos.wmv Part 1 of 6: The US Supreme Court renders the landmark patent subject matter decision in Bilski v Kappos. This intellectual property case decides on the patentability of business method patents. The case rejects the notion that Machine-or Transformation test is the sole test for patentable subject matter and applies the rejection of patenting abstract ideas. This is the first patent subject matter decision by the US Supreme Court since the 1981 Diamond v Deihr case.
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  • Introduction to Patenting (2) Introduction to Patenting If you have an invention, be it a new product or process, then it may well be patentable, and Albright Patents are here to ensure that you maximise the protection available for your invention. To obtain a patent, your invention must be novel at the time that you file your patent application and it must also be inventive. A patent is a bargain between you and the state. You tell the state about your invention, and if they are convinced that it is novel and inventive, then they will grant you a patent for it. The upshot of this is that you must keep your invention confidential until such time as you file your patent application. If you are worried that you may have disclosed your invention, then please contact us and we can discuss it. Sometimes a disclosure does not count, for example, because the disclosure was not enough for someone else to recreate the invention. The procedure to obtain a patent is relatively complicated, but we are here to make the process as simple and smooth as possible. We at Albright Patents will do the hard work for you. Firstly we require a full disclosure of the invention, concentrating on the reason for creating the invention, the advantages of the invention, the technical features, and similar ideas in the same field, which are already in the public domain. If you have conducted a patent search, then we should like to see the results. You may ask yourself, can I show this information to Albright Patents? Well the ...
  • stained glass how to ideas sg23c my genesis glass system I've never had a stained glass or fused glass lesson. So I taught myself how to do stained glass and a few years later I found out it was even patentable. Well that is a lofty goal but I am now considering selling my lesson plan via video format
  • Sterne Kessler Director, Jorge Goldstein Provides a Myriad Update A federal District Court in New York recently ruled, in Association for Molecular Pathology et al. v. US Patent and Trademark Office et al. that isolated human genes are not patentable subject matter. While this case (commonly referred to as the Myriad case) challenges the availability of patents on isolated genes and their fragments, its reasoning, if upheld on appeal, could be extended to invalidate patents on other natural products, such as natural antibiotics, natural proteins, etc. In the two-minute video below Jorge Goldstein provides a brief update on the scope of the case and its potential impact.
  • Utility Patents Part 1: What are they & how are they approved. In part 1 of this 2 part video series Eric Hanscom discusses Utility Patents. Utility patents take a long time to be examined and have a low level of success rate compared to design patents.
  • EU Bans Your Right To Natural Health From11th April 2011 - BBC!! This broadcast starts with the typical BBC propaganda, "Leading pharmacists are warning that new licences being granted to herbal remedies, could mislead customers into believing that they work". Well thank you for the warning from the biggest killers in history, the pharmaceutical industry. Im sure they genuinely are concerned about us using these 'hazardous herbs'. If word got out that ambulatory medicine was a racket, and every illness known to man can be cured with natural, un-patentable herbs & remedies that grow in the garden, it would be a serious hazard to the pharmaceutical industries profit margin. Anyway, where do these bureaucrats think they get the authority to 'grant' a licence for a natural, God given plant? If I want to eat a bunch of nettles to cure whatever, there is no human being on this planet that has the authority to tell me I can't do it. Of course the pharmacists are going to tell us natural herbs are dangerous. What they are not telling us is that nearly all pharmaceutical drugs are artificially copied from the very natural herbs, plants, roots, nuts and seeds they are trying to ban now. And what about the 'hundreds of thousands' of people who die every year, as a side effect of their medically sanctioned toxins? No mention of that from the concerned pharmacists. Are we really to believe that all natural herbs and remedies do not work and are dangerous? Even with a 5000yr proven safety record? This is modern eugenics! This is no new scheme. This ...
  • Illegal, Immoral, Unethical Patentable? Issues in the Early Lives of Inventions (5 of 5) (5 of 5) The Distinguished Speaker Series of the Center for Health Care Law at Saint Louis University School of Law presents Margo A. Bagley, JD, Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law, January 21, 2010.
  • Prof. Mario Biagioli - The Dematerialization of Invention I trace the history of a legal object -- the invention -- and the features that have enabled it to be treated as intellectual property. Those features -- and thus the very meaning of invention -- have changed since the early modern period and continue to change quite rapidly. For example, living organisms or software were unpatentable forty years ago, but are commonly patented today. This paper, however, traces a different trend within the history of invention -- one that focuses not on the expansion of the range of patentable material entities, but rather on the radical dematerialization of the concept of invention. From popular literature about scientific "geniuses" to academic history of technology, patented inventions are typically presented as things -- Edison's light bulb, Morse's telegraph, or Bell's telephone. But we are now seeing a strong trend toward patented inventions that have ceased to be objects altogether: business models, abstract methods, and conceptual correlations. Setting aside the obviously important financial and political implications of this trend, I want to discuss the conceptual and philosophical implications of this trend, and in what it can tell us about the meaning of object, artifact, materiality, abstraction, tangibility, and property.
  • Illegal, Immoral, Unethical Patentable? Issues in the Early Lives of Inventions (4 of 5) (4 of 5) The Distinguished Speaker Series of the Center for Health Care Law at Saint Louis University School of Law presents Margo A. Bagley, JD, Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law, January 21, 2010.
  • Genethics Rap Rap video for class presentation on the Human Genome Project. Lyrics: Yo, its MC-HGP, I speak the truth you'll see, The human genome project It was private vs public An International Effort To unwind the double Helix Discovered by James Watson and Francis Crick, can you feel it? What the public had developed The private took and they one-upped And reaped much o the reward I doubt theyll ever get bored You say a little bit unfair? Yeah but the private dont care. Its all about the cash money flow Dontcha knooooooooooooow? Genome sequencing you say? Itll keep me busy all day. For fif*** years, all the scientists tried To sequence all 3 billion nucleotides. Cuz they needed a map Of the human genome ASAP To get working on curing them genetic disease, It took a budget of 133 billion rupees. The public used agarose gel electrophoresis But Celera used their shotgun to blow the genome to pieces But within fif*** years time, With all this info combined, The human genome was sequenced, And our gene knowledge thirst was quenched! Chorus: The human Genome project Yo this isn't a scandal, Just take a look inside my genes That's too much info to handle. And we have come such a long way Since the time of Gregory Mendel, But now their messing with genes, Like mother nature vandals! Im MC-Patent, I'll let you know what happened You see, after HGP, everyone saw, How valuable genes are so screw the law, We'll make it seem like they're inventable, That would make em patentable And thereby ...
  • NaDCA - dichloroacetate - Alternative Cancer Treatment News Sodium dichloroacetate offered by has more than 99% purity. No organic solvents are used during the production. They are currently the only providers of sodium dichloroacetate, which is equivalent in quality to NaDCA used in Medicor Cancer Centres.They ship internationally, with no exceptions. http - the only official distributor of pure DCA he drug dichloroacetate (DCA) appears to target cancer cells, causing them to die. It's potency as a cancer killing agent has been tested in tissue cultures and, just recently, in mice -- all with very promising results. Problem is, this drug has been used for many years to treat rare metabolic disorders and is not patentable as a cancer treatment. Without patent protection, the pharmaceutical industry has no interest in investing millions in clinical trials, even though the drug's impact on cancer could be profound. To understand how DCA works you must first understand that cancer cells often don't create the energy they need via normal channels. In a healthy cell, energy is mostly produced by mitochondria. In cancer cells, the mitochondria seem to shut down. In its place, cancer cells use an inefficient, cell-wide energy producing process called glycolysis--the same process that produces lactic acid and causes your muscles to cramp. The DCA drug appears to turn on the mitochondria that were turned off by the cancer. Oddly enough, turning on the mitochondria kills the cancer cells. Scientist has shown this in ...
  • What is Patentable? A review of patent office rules and procedures - SpecialChem Learning on Demand WATCH THE FULL VIDEO HERE: This video will Clarify rules and procedures of the Patent Office to better understand what it considers patentable. Optimize your patentability strategy & reduce the risk of having the competition know about your technology