Can I Patent a Chemotype?
To patent a chemotype, the first requirement would be that such a chemotype NEVER EXISTED before as a product of nature
CBD, Superbug Killer?
Almost unnoticed among the multitude of presentations made during ASM Microbe—the annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, which ended Monday in San Francisco—was …
Let’s Talk About Reproduction and How You Will Get Paid
Whatever your business model, there will be an IP approach that can help protect what you’re trying to do.
Big Ag and Cannabis
As Corteva Agriscience rang in today’s session of the New York Stock Exchange, celebrating its independence from DowDupont, I couldn’t help but think about Big Ag’s flirtation with cannabis, especially after CEO Jim Collins referred to Corteva as “a new kind of agriculture company.”
An Open Letter to The Cannabis Cultivation and Breeding Community
takeaways from my time at Open Cannabis Project
Can Monsanto (or Anyone) Make Me Stop Growing My Own Plants?
Big Cannabis will get its own patents on their own cultivars and/or other inventions — not patents that cover the plants you are using right now.
What is the Future of Cannabis IP After Phylos?
In an environment of mistrust, can the mountain of genetic work still to be done for the benefit of cannabis breeders get done?
The “Phylos Stole Meh Genetics” meme; Concerns regarding the data Phylos had accumulated and whether or not this data was going to be used as part of Phylos’ breeding programs.
The Phylos Affair
The cannabis science community addresses Phylos Biosciences’s plans to start commercial breeding.