Glass chemistry and manufacture
With a first degree in chemistry and a Masters in New Materials, Craig Watson at Cranach Patent Attorneys is ideally placed to protect your research.
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If your invention and research can be applied more broadly, an experienced chemical patent attorney would not allow this to happen.
Yes. The new way would afford it “novelty”. It would also need to be inventive/non-obvious over the existing use.
Yes, so long as the new blend is an inventive/non-obvious combination.
Yes, so long as it’s a new application of the pharmaceutical and using it this way is inventive/not obvious.
The law around inventiveness is difficult to assess: professional advice should be sought.
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