CPIP Roundup – July 31, 2020

Greetings from CPIP Executive Director Sean O’Connor I hope summer is seeing you healthy and safe. Over four months have passed since the Washington, D.C., area began to feel the impact of COVID-19. Now, as summer progresses and we start anticipating and planning for fall, we’re looking to navigate the new normal in the classroom, … Continue reading “CPIP Roundup – July 31, 2020”

(Patented) Life Begins at Forty: CPIP Celebrates the Ongoing Legacy of Diamond v. Chakrabarty

The following post comes from Colin Kreutzer, a rising 2E at Scalia Law and a Research Assistant at CPIP. By Colin Kreutzer It’s been forty years since the Supreme Court ruled in favor of patentability for a GE scientist and the oil-eating bacterium he’d created, greatly expanding the scope of living matter that was eligible … Continue reading “(Patented) Life Begins at Forty: CPIP Celebrates the Ongoing Legacy of Diamond v. Chakrabarty