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Blomgren had a 41-year career as a research scientist with Union Carbide Corporation, now known as Eveready Battery Co.
At Eveready, he utilized his background in electrolyte solutions to enable the development of liquid cathode primary batteries including a fundamental patent on the use of thionyl chloride or sulfuryl chloride as a liquid cathode, and his interest in electrochemical methods to explain the operation of sulfide cathodes resulted in the development and commercialization of lithium iron disulfide batteries.
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The first patents for genetically modified organisms are going to expire in in the United States.
Since then, fiftynewbiotechnological events have been launched onto the market, with one plant variety capable of containing several different events. The first product that will be patent-free is soybean with the trait Roundup Ready 1.
The patent applied to this trait is going to expire in in the United States. It mustbesaidthatagenetictransformationeventcanbeprotected by several patents related to the breeding methods, the genes or the promoters.
Jean-Christophe Gouache therefore believes that expiring patents on GM productswillbeacomplicatedissue which will need to be handled with care, in particular by grain producers iftheywanttobesure that they can market their products.
The transfer of regulatory data from the holder of the patent to the company wishing to keep the product in use is a key feature of this problem.
If batches of grain were to be exported to geographical areas where there is a failure to comply with the regulatory constraints, potentiallyharmful repercussions could affect the entireexportmarket. The Accord Agreement will be designed to respondtothe problemencountered by the United States.
Bernice Slutsky says that it is too early to think of applying this regulatory framework to the various countries producing genetically modified plants. Miguel Rapela, Coordinator of Institutional Affairs with the Argentina Seed Association, indicates that the problem of expiring patents is new and is beginningtobeaddressedinhis country.
The question of expiring patents is also being discussed in the Netherlands. In the general context, when a patentexpires, theinventioncan be used freely.
Nevertheless, this event remains subject to specific regulations in each country in the world. These are in fact allocated for a limited period in many countries.
There is a different issue in case of GMO. Once the patent expires, the inventionmaynotbeusablefreely if the holder of regulatory dossier has not agreed to this. This hasnothingtodowithexercising onesintellectualpropertyrights, although it provides de facto a prolonged period of exclusivity".
Judith de Roos states that Plantum does not favour this approach. The expiry of patents affecting the GMOs therefore raisesdifferentquestionsaccording to the specific legislation in each country.
Areas planted with GMO crops are expanding throughout the world.
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