Patenting Lives Roadshow

The Patenting Lives Project (directed by Johanna Gibson) will be conducting some free seminars in Queensland, Australia in the next couple of weeks.

The first of these will be held Tuesday 3rd April, and will be discussing patent protection and gene sequences. The seminar, co-hosted by Griffith University Law School and Phillips Fox Lawyers, will kick off at 5.15 pm at Phillips Fox Lawyers, Level 29 Waterfront Place, 1 Eagle Street, Brisbane. More details are available from Leanne Wiseman of Griffith University on

Hope to see you there!
Patenting Lives Roadshow Patenting Lives Roadshow Reviewed by Johanna Gibson on Monday, April 02, 2007 Rating: 5

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