Moderna and NIH can't agree on who invented the lifesaving Covid-19 vaccine, and their feud is now public — report
Moderna’s ongoing feud with the NIH over Covid-19 vaccine patents has spilled into the open.
In a new report from the New York Times published Tuesday afternoon, Moderna is asserting that three NIH scientists were not involved in inventing the key component in the biotech’s vaccine, to the surprise of the institute. The claim comes from a July filing with the US Patent and Trademark Office, which the NYT posted in full along with its report.
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