User: vishwas Topic: IP
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Last updated: Jun 26 2017 21:57 IST RSS 2.0
 
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EU tests limits of drug pricing freedom in landmark probe 26.6.2017 Sify Finance
By Foo Yun Chee and Ben Hirschler
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Modi urged to remain committed to affordable drugs during meeting with Trump 24.6.2017 TOI: India
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Modi urged to remain committed to affordable dedicines during meeting with Trump 23.6.2017 TOI: India
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IIT Kharagpur to award its faculty members across age group 17.6.2017 DNA: Money
The IIT Kharagpur today announced Chair Professorship Awards and Faculty Excellence Awards for senior, mid-level and newly joined faculty members in an effort to recognise their work in teaching and research. The institute has announced two Chair Professorship Awards for senior professors and seven Faculty Excellence Awards of which three will be given to associate professors and four to assistant professors, two of them having joined recently. The professors will be awarded on the basis of students' feedback on their teaching, peer recognition through national and international awards, research output such as papers and citations, doctoral guidance, research and development activities in terms of sponsored research and industrial consultancy, patents and technologies developed, among others. "Such recognition of faculty excellence not only leads to higher motivational factor among the academic communities but also helps students to excel and promotes the institute's brand thus attracting brighter ...
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IIT scientists present India's first 5G patent 16.6.2017 TOI: Home
With India gearing up for the commercial roll out of 5G by 2020, scientists at IIT Hyderabad and Centre of Excellence in Wireless have tabled the country's first 5G patent before an international body that defines the global cellular radio standards for different generations of wireless network.
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India finally starts climbing up the innovation ladder 15.6.2017 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
While India ranks 60, Switzerland, Sweden, the Netherlands, the US and UK retained their top spots as the most-innovative countries. China is at 22nd spot.
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India 60th most innovative globally, China at 22nd: Report 15.6.2017 ET: Indicators
In a statement, the Ministry of Commerce & Industry said that the improvement in India's rank came after five years of continuous drop in rankings.
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Global Innovation Index: India at 60 is top-ranked economy in Central, South Asia 15.6.2017 DNA: India
India has moved up six places to 60th among 130 nations on the Global Innovation Index (GII) 2017, emerging as the top-ranked economy in Central and South Asia. The improvement in India's rankings come after five continuous years of slide even as Switzerland, Sweden, the Netherlands, the US and UK retained their top spots as the most-innovative countries. The index, co-authored by Cornell University, INSEAD and World Intellectual Property Organisation shows India's rise as an emerging innovation centre in Asia, although the country ranks far behind China which occupied the 22nd spot. In a statement, the Ministry of Commerce & Industry said that the improvement in India's rank came after five years of continuous drop in rankings. "The Task Force on Innovation had the mandate of assessing India's position as an innovative country, suggest measures to enhance the innovation ecosystem in India and thus improve India's ranking in the GII. Recognising India's potential to reach great heights in innovation and ...
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Google poaches Indian-origin chip architect from Apple 15.6.2017 Sify Finance
Google has hired Indian-origin chip architect Manu Gulati, who was working with Apple for the last eight years in a key role, to build its own chips for the upcoming Pixel phones, media reports said.
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Indian Patent Office rejects Google's invention 14.6.2017 Rediff: Business
The application was filed in 2006 by Motorola Mobility LLC, now changed to Google Technology Holdings LLC for method and apparatus of providing text messages
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Tejas IPO set to hit market on Wednesday; should you buy? 13.6.2017 ET: IPOs
The company will raise Rs 450 crore through issue of shares in the price band of Rs 250-257.
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Suven Life gets patents for anti-neuro degeneration molecule 13.6.2017 ET: Pharma
The molecules are being developed for the treatment of cognitive impairment associated with neuro-degenerative disorders like Alzheimer's disease.
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How a leadership flux, and consequent tinkering in strategy has taken a toll on Cipla 13.6.2017 ET: Pharma
Heads of Europe and US operations Frank Pieters and Tim Crew are both gone, as is Subhanu Saxena, the MD who was hired from Novartis in 2012.
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U.S. Supreme Court speeds copycat biologic drugs to market 13.6.2017 Sify Finance
By Andrew Chung
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Facebook may secretly watch and record you via webcams 12.6.2017 DNA: Top News
Social media giant Facebook is planning to secretly watch and record users through their webcams and smartphone cameras, reveals a new patent. This patent would automatically add emotional information to text messages, predicting the user’s emotion based on methods of keyboard input. The visual format of the text message would adapt in real time based on the user’s predicted emotion. As the patent notes, it can be hard to convey mood and intended meaning in a text-only message. Hence, this system would aim to reduce misunderstandings. The system could mostly, pick up data from the keyboard, mouse, touch pad, touch screen, or other input devices. It would predict emotions based on relative typing speed, how hard the keys are pressed, movement (using the phone’s accelerometer), location, and other factors, adds CB Insights . The system would also try to analyze facial expressions of users and use that information to keep users for a longer duration on the website. To integrate emotional data into the ...
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Tejas IPO: A high-risk bet on India’s digital future 12.6.2017 ET: IPOs
Company has strong domain expertise, but earnings volatility and client concentration pose risks amid competition.
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Govt asks NITs to buck up after poor show in ’17 rankings 7.6.2017 ET: Education
The HRD minister has even called for a separate meeting with the NITs who have not done well in NIRF ranking and placement.
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Will GM mustard be able to survive the challenges ahead after approval? 1.6.2017 ET: Agriculture
After the Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee’s approval became public, activists and pressure groups against genetically-modified crops started a campaign, leaving some farmers nervous.
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Apple, Facebook eye control of digital payments IP in India 30.5.2017 Rediff: Business
Both firms have made several applications for patents pertaining to digital payments in the country
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Transfer of IP assets by pharma firms to abroad under RBI scrutiny 29.5.2017 ET: Pharma
Several pharma cos including some of the leading ones have over the years steadily transferred most of their IPs outside India and reduced their tax burden in the country.
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