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G-IPTech Centre Inauguration

Queen’s University Belfast will be launching its Global Intellectual Property and Technology (G-IPTech) Centre on June 5. The event will feature panels on globalisation, sustainability, creative economy, and fundamental rights. And Lord Justice Arnold will deliver the keynote speech, inaugurating the Centre and setting the stage for the panel discussions to follow. For more information, click here.

The Biotechnology Directive at 25 conference – deadline extended for call for papers

Maynooth University will host a two-day conference on the Biotechnology Directive at 25 on Sep 14 and 15. The organisers welcome proposals regarding the EU’s Biotechnology Directive 98/44EC, which has had a radical impact on the patentability of biotechnological inventions across Europe, with important legal, ethical, and social implications for the access, development and use of new technologies. To submit a proposal for a presentation, applicants must submit an abstract of 500 words (maximum) to The deadline has been extended to 5pm on 16 May 2023. For more information, click here.
Sunday Surprises Sunday Surprises Reviewed by Benjamin Goh on Sunday, May 07, 2023 Rating: 5

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