Esteemed Oxford Professor Denis Noble Interviews Patrea Pabst [VIDEO]03/05/2019
Pabst Patent Group’s founding partner, Patrea Pabst, was recently interviewed by renowned British biologist and thought-innovator, Professor Denis Noble, on Voices from Oxford, a global webcast from Oxford University.
Professor Noble held the Burdon Sanderson Chair of Cardiovascular Physiology at Oxford for two decades and now serves as Professor Emeritus and co-Director of Computational Physiology. A pioneer of Systems Biology, Noble’s research focuses on using computer models of biological organs and organ systems. Together with international collaborators, Noble’s team has used supercomputers to create the first virtual organ, the virtual heart. A philosopher of biology, Noble’s books include The Music of Life and Dance to the Tune of Life.
In this interview, Pabst talks with Noble about how patents work and the reason why patent requests are more frequent in developed countries. Throughout the interview, Pabst discusses a variety of patent scenarios, as well as gives advice and suggestions to anyone looking for more economical or alternative intellectual property to patents.
Voices from Oxford Video - Patrea Pabst, International Patent Law