Research and Development of Vaccines and Pharmaceuticals from Biotechnology: A Guide to Effective Project Management, Patenting and Product Registration
Unique in approach, exhaustive in coverage: this book provides information usually not available to scientists.
It explains the basic scientific and technical requirements which apply to the patenting and registration of human or veterinary vaccines and therapeutic biomedicinal products. Pragmatic and practice-oriented, it helps users select and manage successfully the most attractive research and development projects.
An impressive number of topics is covered, including:
* planning and managing product development
* product development phases
* requirements for a patentable invention
* patent costs
* user safety
The book will rapidly pay for itself by more successful fund applications,increased protection and remuneration of intellectual property, and by faster and more efficient product development.
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