Know-how webinar on IPR in digital biotech – part 2

Patenting and digital biotech – from biological insights to algorithmic solutions. For researchers who are developing digital biotechnology solutions. 

Part of the know-how webinar series on intellectual property rights (IPR) in digital biotech.

  • 15 April 9–10.30 AM – part 1: 
    IPR biotech and software – basic laws and regulations 
  • 22 April 9–10.30 AM – part 2: 
    Patenting and digital biotech – from biological insights to algorithmic solutions

Academic employees can access the recordings of the webinars by logging on to our webinar material webpage with their FEIDE user.

In part 1 we take you through necessary basic information about special laws and regulations that must be taken into account, especially in biotech and software. We recommend that participants who are not familiar with these rules in patenting and the patent system participate in this basic part to get the full benefit of part 2.

The webinars are tailored towards researchers in the Centre for Digital Life Norway, but free and open to all in Norwegian academia. Developed in collaboration with the Norwegian Industrial Property Office.

Read the news article about why the centre has developed the webinar series.


22 April – part 2:
Patenting and digital biotech – from biological insights to algorithmic solutions

Topics

  • What are the possibilities – what can be patented and how?
  • What is technical effect and how can you demonstrate/document it?  
  • Special considerations to be aware of within this field

Programme

  • 09:00–09:05: Welcome
    Beate Rygg Johnsen, senior adviser for innovation and industry collaboration, Centre for Digital Life Norway 
  • 09:05–10:30: Patenting and digital biotech – from biological insights to algorithmic solutions
    Laila Dahl, senior examiner, Norwegian Industrial Property Office

    Picture Laila Dahl


15 April – part 1:
IPR biotech and software – basic laws and regulations

Topics  

  • The basics: IPR, terms and the system 
  • Basic laws and regulations
  • Patents as a source of information

Programme

  • 09:00–09:05: Welcome
    Beate Rygg Johnsen, senior adviser for innovation and industry collaboration, Centre for Digital Life Norway 
  • 09:05–10:30: IPR biotech and software – basic laws and regulations
    Barbro Sæther, senior examiner, Norwegian Industrial Property Office

    Picture Barbro Sæther


About the Norwegian Industrial Property Office

Logo NIPOThe Norwegian Industrial Property Office (NIPO) registers trademarks, designs and patents in Norway. The primary role of NIPO is to promote innovation and value creation. NIPO is a government authority organised under the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries. Webpage: patentstyret.no/en.

 

Published Feb. 23, 2021 2:15 PM - Last modified June 7, 2021 10:16 AM