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When a Patent Is Not Enough: Product Commercialization Considerations: A comprehensive intellectual property strategy can help assure successful commercialization and establish a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Stephens, Gregory; Volin, Marina Nov 1, 2017 1676
Embed nutraceuticals in fibers for slow release. Jun 1, 2012 373
Protecting the platform: following its recent issue of a of a US patent, nutraceutical business & technology spoke with Dr Wael Massrieh, VP of scientific affairs at Neptune Biotechnology, to discuss the protection of their innovative platform ... and of the raw material itself. Interview Jan 1, 2012 988
IP basics. Hassid, steve P Jan 1, 2011 660
RZN Nutraceuticals receives United States Patent and Trademark Office notice of allowance for proprietary HerbaZorb absorption and delivery. Aug 1, 2009 434
Weighty disclosure: what if there was a clone of this world of nutraceuticals, an identical twin of the nutraceuticals industry, that existed in a different time/space dimension, where practices, choices and decisions could be played out differently than they are on this planet? What could a nutraceuticals business exec learn and extract, to infuse their brand with a proprietary, competitive edge? Almada, Anthony May 1, 2009 555
Functional foods and intellectual property rights: the importance of an integrated approach. Durell, Karen L. Sep 22, 2006 6535
Schaefer Technologies, Inc. Brief Article Mar 1, 2004 188
U.S. Nutra. Mar 1, 2004 358
ScienceBased patents dry eye product. Feb 1, 2003 355
Phytomedics adds United States Patent to its nutraceutical portfolio. Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 460

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