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Conference on IPR in Pharmaceuticals: Balancing Innovation and Access by ASSOCHAM - Register to attend for free
The Indian patents (amendment) Act, 2005 introduced product patents in India and marked the beginning of a new patent regime aimed at protecting the intellectual property rights of patent holders. The amendment aimed to address issues like global competition, high innovation risks, short product cycle, need for rapid changes in technology, high investments in R&D, etc which are essential for changing trade environment in terms of production and marketing.
“KIRAN – IPR (WOS-C scheme)”, a scheme of Department of Science & Technology, Govt of India for the women scientists is being implemented by Patent Facilitating Centre (PFC) of Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council (TIFAC). The scheme aims to train women scientists having qualifications in science/ engineering/ medicine or allied areas in the area of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and their management for a period of one year and eventually develop a pool of women scientists geared up in creating, protecting and managing intellectual property in India.
Opening to work as Executive/ Sr. Executive - International Marketing (ROW Countries) in Panacea Biotec
Panacea Biotec is a leading research based Health Management Company, with an annual turnover of approx. Rs. 830 Crores. We are engaged in research, development, manufacture & marketing of Vaccines, Bio-Pharmaceuticals and Pharmaceuticals (Rx & OTC) of international quality and Health Services. All Panacea Biotec plants are accredited by international agencies and they follow current Good Manufacturing Practices, as per WHO guidelines.
We offer stimulating work environment & a career that spells growth. In tune with our plans, we require young, aggressive, dynamic, high performing and result oriented professional.
Post: Executive/ Sr. Executive - International Marketing (ROW Countries)
Ingenious e-Brain Solutions provides customized, competent, and economic Intellectual Property solutions across the globe. We assist both new market entrants and already established companies by supplying them moldable high quality solutions that are tailored to their business and needs. We provide services in a broad range of Intellectual Property matters, specializing in Patent Services, Trademark Registration Services, Industrial Design Services and Copyright Services. Our key services are Patent Searches, Value added IP Services such as Innovation Scouting, Portfolio Management, Competitive Intelligence, IP Due Diligence and Patent Valuation Study, and Specialized IP services such as IP Biosequence searching and Chemical structure searching.
Post: Research Associate
Required for Assistant Professor (IPR/Patents), Research Assistant in Gujarat Technological University
Gujarat Technological University (G.T.U) invites applications for contract based (for 6 months) Assistant Professor (IPR/Patents), Research Assistant(IPR), Research Assistant(Pharmacy). Eligibility/other details & application format may be downloaded from website: gtu.ac.in. Filled application should reach the University Office by 25-08-2014 (Except public holidays). The date of personal interview & shortlisted candidates will be declare on GTU website in recruitment section.
Post: Assistant Professor (IPR/Patents), Research Assistant
Aurigene is a specialized biotech company, focused on oncology and inflammatory diseases. Aurigene has deep target and therapeutic area expertise, gained from the experience of multiple programs reaching global clinical development from its efforts. Aurigene has pioneered a unique, collaborative business model to work with pharma and biotech partners, in a win-win partnership that combines Aurigene’s deep expertise in oncology and inflammation, with our collaboration partners’ needs for expertise, scalability and high-quality, quick and cost-effective prosecution of targets.
Post: Assistant Manager IPM/IPR (Intellectual Property Management)
Workshop in Institute of Research and Development, Gujarat Forensic Sciences University on 10th January, 2014 | Myriad - The cluster of events
The Institute founded in 2009, is an attractive centre for generation of ideas, concepts and technologies and keeps itself abreast with the modern development in application of Science and Technology in the field of Forensics.
The institute focuses on the research to enhance the development in various important areas. Institute is engaged in research in the area on Nanotechnology based methods for different types of investigations.
The Institute is offering Post Graduate, Doctoral and Post Doctoral Degree in addition to the choice based credit system with continuous teaching and assessment in the discipline of Pharmacy and Nanotechnology in forensic expertization for the world. Institutes offer a high quality research in the field of Nanotechnology, Forensic Pharmacy and Forensic Science and train the prospective scholars to become highly skilled and innovative researchers.
Institute of Research and Development, GFSU is organizing an event on model designing, based on the application and principles of nanotechnology in Pharmaceuticals, Forensic Sciences, Energy, Biomedical Sciences, Engineering, Physics & Optics, Agriculture, Biotechnology, Defense, Marine Sciences and Medical Sciences. Interested candidates are required to register for the event before 08/01/2014
Education leads to development of an individual and these individuals are expected to develop the larger mass of people, constituting society, city and ultimately nation. Education must deliver the result. A proper education and allied training make a person job-ready. Cut throat competition is taking its toll and students are taking extreme steps. This cut throat competition prevailing in almost all domains is changing equations across human resource (HR) departments. In pharmaceutical sciences opportunities are like never before. This sentence may sound ridiculous to some and some may approve it. First of all, let me demystify the fact that pharmaceutical sciences involve many sciences so students end up with the tag “Jack of all, master of none”. Why one forgets that pharmaceutical sciences mean (in broader sense) discovering-developing and launching new molecules and this is not possible by a person sound in only one stream/subject. This is not the job of every Tom, Dick and Harry or any Tom, Dick or Harry. Here comes the role of graduate or post graduate who has tremendous knowledge of the relevant field. Jobs are aplenty, especially after India became signatory country in newer patent laws (process patent since 2005). These news rules forced the closing of many reverse engineering chapters; but the silver line is that it also forced Indian pharma think tank to discover new molecules, which will require trained and talented man power. Credit for first such molecule goes to Ahmadabad based Cadila Healthcare Ltd. This article very precisely highlights the job scenario and allied aspects.
Walk-In-Interview for the Position of Consultant (Intellectual Property Rights) and Professional Expert (Scientific Liaison)
Translational Health Science and Technology Institute (THSTI) is an autonomous Institute of the Department of Biotechnology under the Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India. THSTI is developed as a part of the interdisciplinary NCR Biotech Science Cluster to be located at Faridabad, in the National Capital Region. THSTI is designed to be a dynamic, interactive organization with a mission to conduct innovative translational research and to develop research collaborations across disciplines and professions to translate concepts into tangible products to improve human health. Permanent laboratories of the centre will come up in Faridabad within one year.