Patent board tells CRISPR scientists to back off from a nasty fight over gene editing tech
The latest round in the title patent fight between The Broad and UC Berkelely over CRISPR/Cas9 tech goes to … Editas Medicine.
The US Patent Trial and Appeal Board has ruled:
In light of the determination that the parties’ claims do not interfere (see 2 Decision on Motions, Paper 893), we enter judgment of no interference-in-fact, 3 which neither cancels nor finally refuses either parties’ claims.
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