1st Edition

Intellectual Property Issues in Nanotechnology

Edited By

Chetan Keswani




ISBN 9780367482305
Published September 9, 2020 by CRC Press
394 Pages 62 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Intellectual Property Issues in Nanotechnology focuses on the integrated approach for sustained innovation in various areas of nanotechnology. The theme of this book draws to a great extent on the industrial and socio-legal implications of intellectual property rights for nanotechnology-based advances. The book takes a comprehensive look not only at the role of intellectual property rights in omics-based research but also at the ethical and intellectual standards and how these can be developed for sustained innovation. This book attempts to collate and organize information on current attitudes and policies in several emerging areas of nanotechnology. Adopting a unique approach, this book integrates science and business for an inside view of the industry. Peering behind the scenes, it provides a thorough analysis of the foundations of the present day industry for students and professionals alike.

Table of Contents

Section 1: Introduction

1. Intellectual Property Issues in Nanotechnology Rabiatul Basria S.M.N. Mydin, Siti Hawa Ngalim, Amirah Mohd. Gazzali, and G. Ambarasan Govindasamy

Section 2: Food and Agricultural Nanotechnology

2. Edible Crop Production by Nanotechnology: Is It Sustainable Technology for Healthy Soil? Pérez-Hernández Hermes, Medina-Pérez Gabriela, Valle-García Jessica Denisse, Vera-Reyes Ileana, and Fernández-Luqueño Fabián
3. Optimistic Influences of Nanotechnology on Food Security and Agriculture Tahsin Shoala and Ahmed S.Hashem
4. Trichoderma-Based Nanopesticides: Next-Generation Solution for Disease Management Yashoda Nandan Tripathi, Chetan Keswani, Walia Zahra, Kumari Divyanshu, and Ram Sanmukh Upadhyay

5. Role of Nanopesticides in Agriculture Development Al-Kazafy Hassan Sabry
6. Applications and Practices of Myconanoparticles in Food and Agriculture Evrim Özkale


Section 3: Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology

7. Core Competencies in Cancer Nanotechnology in Brazil: Contributions of Scientific and Technological Knowledge in the Health Sector Jorge Lima de Magalhães, Luc Quoniam, Maria Simone de Menezes Alencar, Marcos Emiliano Lima Alves Hir, Suzanne de Oliveira Rodrigues Schumacher, and Adelaide Maria de Souza Antunes

8. Disruptive Nanotechnology Implications and Bio-Systems – Boon or Bane? Lakshmipathy Muthukrishnan and Sathish Kumar Kamaraj
9. Nanocellulose Application in Encapsulation and Controlled Drug Release Elaine Cristina Lengowski, Eraldo Antonio Bonfatti Júnior, Aline Caldonazo, and Kestur Gundappa Satyanarayana

10. Intellectual Property Challenges and Opportunities for India's Nano-Bio-Yatra Susan K. Finston

11. Minimizing Negative Long-term Occurrences in Nanotechnology Development Walt Trybula, Deb Newberry, Dominick Fazarro, and Craig Hanks

12. Impact of Nanomaterials on Human Health through/via Food Chain Sudhir Shende, Vishnu Rajput, Aniket Gade, Tatiana Minkina, Mahendra Rai, and Shishu Pal Singh

13. Patenting Issues in the Development of Nanodrugs Theivasanthi Thirugnanasambandan

14. A Survey of Recent Nanotechnology Related Patents for Treatment of Tuberculosis Tanmayee Nayak, Rakesh Kumar Singh, Lav Kumar Jaiswal, Ankush Gupta, and Juhi Singh

15. Patent Landscape of the Emerging Nanomolecules for the Treatment of Leishmaniasis Priyanka Gautam, Abhishek Pathak, and Sandeep Kumar Singh


Section 4: Industrial Nanotechnology

16. Intellectual Property Issues in Industrial Nanotechnology Saeideh Ebrahimias, Arash Ketabforoush Badri, and Parsa Ketabforoush Badri

17. Nanotechnology in the Philippines: Status and Potential Intellectual Property Rights Issues Marilyn B. Brown, Cristine Marie B. Brown, and Robert A. Nepomuceno

18. Measurement Techniques for Thermal Conductivity of Nanofluids Kelvii Wei GUO
19. Nanotechnology Industry: Scenario of Intellectual Property Rights Rakesh A. Afre
20. A mass Approach towards Carbon Nanotubes in the Field of Nanotechnology Yashfeen Khan and Anees Ahmad

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Biography

Chetan Keswani is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Biochemistry, Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India. He has keen interest in regulatory and commercialization issues of agriculturally important microorganisms. He is an elected Fellow of the Linnaean Society of London, UK. He received Best Ph.D. Thesis Award from the Uttar Pradesh Academy of Agricultural Sciences, India in 2015.