Horses as Sources of Proprietary Information: Commercialization, Conservation, and Compensation Pursuant to the Convention on Biological Diversity
Haley McClory, JD '15, and Stanley P. Kowalski
University of New Hampshire School of Law, International Technology Transfer Institute (ITTI)
The Journal of Agrobiotechnoogy Managment & Economics
Volume 17, Number 2, Article 5
Advancing Global Innovation for the Common Good
Why America Must Advance Innovation in Africa
Published in STARS AND STRIPES by Stanley P. Kowalski, J.D., Ph.D.; Professor of Law; Director, International Technology Transfer Institute (ITTI)
Thy Tran, a visiting Fulbright Scholar from Vietnam, discusses her work with UNH Law's International Technology Transfer Institute.
Visiting Fulbright Scholar Aleck Ncube, from Zimbabwe, discusses his project with UNH Law's International Technology Transfer Institute.
Educational Patent Landscape Reports Series
Although ITTI was only established in 2008, Professors Jon Cavicchi and Dr. Stanley Kowalski founded and supervised the private publication of the UNH Law Educational Patent Landscape Reports Series in 2006. Each semester, reports in this series have been compiled by students with demonstrable expertise in the areas of patent law, patent searching, and biotechnology. Reports in the series have included:
- The Use of Uniquitin Promoters in Bioinventions
- The Enhancement of Sweet Potatoes: Nutrition & Pest Resistance
- Vaccines for HIV: DNA Strategies, Prime Boost Strategies, Protein & Peptide Strategies, and Adjuvant Strategies