As part of a continuing series on Spring 2019 semester courses that relate to innovation and business law, this post spotlights the Iowa Medical Innovation Group.
            Precision medicine and genome editing-based therapies offer great promise but also come at great cost: one recently developed medicine, for example, costs $1,00,000 for a single dose.   Professor Anya Prince addressed the promise of genome editing and the issue of paying for it during
A discussion of the past, present, and future of automated driving systems and the legal questions they present.
On August 29th, the United States Patent and Trademark Office and the University of Iowa Law hosted an event designed to explore intellectual property law in China. The purpose of the event was to discuss intellectual property strategies in China, for attorneys and businesses. The audience included practicing attorneys, USPTO members, business people, and law students. 
The Fall 2018 semester has begun at the University of Iowa, which means that the Iowa Innovation, Business & Law Center is hard at work coordinating another year full of exciting events relating to  technological advances.  A core mission


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