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Why biotechs may prefer trade secrets to patents - @mdloney reports from #BIO2015 http://t.co/n7MyHccpab ($/trial) http://t.co/8cTcxSHj9M

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SCOTUS denies Google appeal on Oracle suit http://t.co/MLfVgTKhuD via @WSJ Our topic page is here http://t.co/XGaB6XKcP6 #copyright

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RT @RMW136: Good piece in @ManagingIP on IP in India's education http://t.co/EL1WaUe8OO Starting young helps in fighting counterfeits and …

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