Nano Technology Patenting

4 Pages Posted: 4 Nov 2005

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Dr. Sanjay Pandey

Government of India; Competition Commission of India ; Amity Law School; National Law University, Jodhpur

Date Written: August 13, 2005

Abstract

In certain cases the novelty requirement may not be as hard to achieve as the inventiveness requirement. To establish novelty, size considerations may be enough to distinguish the technology from the prior art. However non-obviousness can be more problematic. Nanotechnology patenting needs a thorough examination of such facts, which makes this area of scientific endeavour more complex from legal point of view.

Keywords: nano, patent, semiconductor, novelty, non-obviousness.

Suggested Citation

Pandey, Sanjay Kumar, Nano Technology Patenting (August 13, 2005). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=838745 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.838745

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