The Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) is Cornell University's technology transfer office. We manage technology for Cornell's Ithaca campus, Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell Tech, and Cornell AgriTech in Geneva.
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Series #1: Digital Health Innovations – What They Are, How to Protect Them, and Commercialization Strategies
The term digital health has evolved over the years and includes various types of technologies, including telemedicine, digital therapeutics, mobile health, wearables, remote monitoring, etc. During the first session of the Weill Digital Health Series, our panel of experts will provide a snapshot of the industry, will talk about strategies to protect and commercialize digital health technologies, and will address the acceleration of the digital transformation.Find out more »
For this second virtual meeting of the IP series, Dr. John D. Lopinski, Partner at Hodgson Russ LLP, will present an overview of patent eligible subject matter and will provide some examples to illustrate issues related to patent eligibility.
Dr. John D. Lopinski will be joined by Bill Pegg, Associate Director for IP at CTL.
- Overview of patent eligible subject matter
- Challenges in obtaining patent eligibility in Life Sciences (e.g., Diagnostics, Antibodies, etc.)
- Challenges in obtaining patent eligibility in Physical Sciences (e.g., Electronics, Encryption, Blockchain, Crypto, Software, etc.)