The European Patent Office (EPO) has nominated TU Delft’s Dr. Merle de Kreuk, Prof.Dr. Sef Heijnen and Prof.Dr. Mark van...
The European Patent Organisation has received 10% more applications last year, and expects a further increase in 2011.
Recent changes designed to speed up the application process at the European Patent Office have not gone down well with pharma and biotech.
The European Patent Office has published the names of the four candidates who will be interviewed for the post of President, which falls vacant on 1 July 2010.
The world patent isn’t coming any time soon, but the EPO hopes that a new series of measures could lay the foundations for patent reform.