Season 2 Ep #6: Jurassic Patents

  • Season 2 Ep #6: Jurassic Patents

    This week on IP Goes Pop! Volpe Koenig attorney and Ph.D., Douglas Bucklin joins co-hosts and shareholders Michael Snyder and Joseph Gushue to travel back in time, and somehow also to the future, to explore intellectual property interests in the area of genetic engineering.

    In this episode, Michael, Joe, and Doug discuss, among other pop culture icons, the Jurassic Park movies and how the genetic engineering in those movies relates to science and intellectual property in the real world. They also explore the current status and methodologies of genetic engineering, how intellectual property laws consider DNA, and how close science may be to bringing back the dinosaurs…

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01:01 Introductions

02:13 Jurassic Park Movies Overview- The Genetic Possibilities

            02:55 Jurassic Park

            06:08 The Lost World: Jurassic Park

            07:00 Jurassic Park III

            07:30 Jurassic World

            08:09 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

09:10 A Look into Genetic Engineering

            15:18 Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats (CRISPR)

18:22 “What could have been patented in the Jurassic Park unierse?”

20:34 “Are cloned things patentable subject matter?”

23:51 Glofish – fish that glow!

Glofish Patent

25:23 Pop Culture and Genetic Engineering

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