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  • Introduction / Willem H van Boom
  • Litigation costs and third party funding / Willem H van Boom
  • TPF and its alternatives : an economic appraisal / Jef De Mot, Michael Faure & Louis Visscher
  • "Playing the man not the ball" / John Peysner
  • Legal costs awards and access to justice in Dutch intellectual property cases / Charlotte Vrendenbarg
  • "Mercantile adventurers" : the disclosure of third-party funding in investment treaty arbitration / Eric De Brabandere
  • Experimenting with conditional fees in the Netherlands :/ Ben Van Velthoven and Peter van Wijck
  • Financial arrangements with litigation funders and law firms in Australian class actions / Vicki Waye and Vince Morabito
  • Funding of mass claims in Germany : "caught between a rock and a hard place" / Astrid Stadler
  • Entrepreneurial motives in Dutch collective redress : adding fuel to a "compensation culture" / Ilja Tillema.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
ix, 212 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction / Bibi van den Berg
  • When 3D printing and the law get together, will crazy things happen? / Michael Weinberg
  • CC-PlusDesign.eu : or how to apply Creative Commons licences to 3D printed products in the light of the most recent developments of the European Court of Justice case law / Thomas Margoni
  • From material scarcity to artificial abundance : the case of FabLabs and 3D printing technologies / Primavera de Filippi and Peter Proxler
  • Possible printings : on 3D printing, database ontology, and open (meta)design / Jos Mul
  • Focal practice of 3D printing / Esther Keymolen
  • Killer idea : how some gunslinging anarchists held freedom of speech at gunpoint / Gert Vugt
  • Fraud and froth : free-riding the 3D printing wave / Jonathan Coopersmith
  • Taxonomy of online 3D printing platforms / Thierry Rayna and Ludmila Striukova
  • Adaptivity and rapid prototyping : how 3D printing is changing business model innovation / Thierry Rayna and Ludmila Striukova
  • How will society adopt 3D printing? / Peter Troxler.
The book in front of you is the first international academic volume on the legal, philosophical and economic aspects of the rise of 3D printing. In recent years 3D printing has become a hot topic. Some claim that it will revolutionize production and mass consumption, enabling consumers to print anything from clothing, automobile parts and guns to various foods, medication and spare parts for their home appliances. This may significantly reduce our environmental footprint, but also offers potential for innovation and creativity. At the same time 3D printing raises social, ethical, regulatory and legal questions. If individuals can print anything they want, how does this affect existing systems of intellectual property rights? What are the societal consequences of the various types of products one can print with a 3D printer, for example weapons? Should all aspects of 3D printing be regulated, and if so, how and to what ends? How will businesses (have to) change their way of working and their revenue model in light of the shift to printing-on-demand? How will the role of product designers change in a world where everyone has the potential to design their own products? These and other questions are addressed in high quality and in-depth contributions by academics and experts, bringing together a wide variety of academic discussions on 3D printing from different disciplines as well as presenting new views, broadening the discussion beyond the merely technical dimension of 3D printing. Bibi van den Berg is Associate Professor at eLaw, the Center for Law and Digital Technologies at Leiden University, The Netherlands. Simone van der Hof is Full Professor at eLaw in Leiden and Eleni Kosta is Associate Professor at TILT, the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society at Tilburg University, The Netherlands.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789462650954 20160619
Law Library (Crown)
Book
1 online resource.
  • Introduction.- When 3D printing and the law get together, will crazy things happen?.- CC-PlusDesign.eu - Or How to Apply Creative Commons Licences to 3D Printed Products in the Light of the Most Recent Developments of the European Court of Justice Case Law.- From material scarcity to artificial abundance: The case of FabLabs and 3D printing technologies.- Possible printings: On 3D printing, database ontology and open (meta)design.- The focal practice of 3D printing.- The killer idea: How some gunslinging anarchists held freedom of speech at gunpoint.- Fraud and froth: Free-riding the 3d printing wave.- A taxonomy of online 3D printing platforms.- Adaptivity and rapid prototyping: How 3D printing is changing business model innovation.- How will society adopt 3D printing?.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789462650954 20160619
The book in front of you is the first international academic volume on the legal, philosophical and economic aspects of the rise of 3D printing. In recent years 3D printing has become a hot topic. Some claim that it will revolutionize production and mass consumption, enabling consumers to print anything from clothing, automobile parts and guns to various foods, medication and spare parts for their home appliances. This may significantly reduce our environmental footprint, but also offers potential for innovation and creativity. At the same time 3D printing raises social, ethical, regulatory and legal questions. If individuals can print anything they want, how does this affect existing systems of intellectual property rights? What are the societal consequences of the various types of products one can print with a 3D printer, for example weapons? Should all aspects of 3D printing be regulated, and if so, how and to what ends? How will businesses (have to) change their way of working and their revenue model in light of the shift to printing-on-demand? How will the role of product designers change in a world where everyone has the potential to design their own products? These and other questions are addressed in high quality and in-depth contributions by academics and experts, bringing together a wide variety of academic discussions on 3D printing from different disciplines as well as presenting new views, broadening the discussion beyond the merely technical dimension of 3D printing. Bibi van den Berg is Associate Professor at eLaw, the Center for Law and Digital Technologies at Leiden University, The Netherlands. Simone van der Hof is Full Professor at eLaw in Leiden and Eleni Kosta is Associate Professor at TILT, the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society at Tilburg University, The Netherlands.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789462650954 20160619
Book
1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
  • Foreword Preface Introduction Primer A World Turned Upside Down Collecting Data- 3D Scanning, photogrammetry and more 3D Modeling and Sculpting 3D Printing CNC Milling Foundry of the Future Copyrights and 3D Technology Education and 3D Resources.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138844339 20160711
The possibilities for creation are endless with 3D printing, sculpting, scanning, and milling, and new opportunities are popping up faster than artists can keep up with them. 3D Technology in Fine Art and Craft takes the mystery out of these exciting new processes by demonstrating how to navigate their digital components and showing their real world applications. Artists will learn to incorporate these new technologies into their studio work and see their creations come to life in a physical form never before possible. Featuring a primer on 3D basics for beginners, interviews, tutorials, and artwork from over 80 artists, intellectual property rights information, and a comprehensive companion website, this book is your field guide to exploring the exhilarating new world of 3D. * Follow step-by-step photos and tutorials outlining the techniques, methodologies, and finished products of master artists who have employed 3D technology in new and inventive ways * Learn how to enlarge, reduce, and repurpose existing artwork and create virtual pieces in physical forms through a variety of mediums * Research your options with an accessible list of pros and cons of the various software, 3D printers, scanners, milling machines, and vendors that provide services in 3D technology * Listen to podcasts with the artists and learn more tips and tricks through the book's website at www.digitalsculpting.net.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138844339 20160711
Book
xxxviii, 262 pages ; 23 cm
  • Patent system, constitution, and the public
  • The resurgence of the public
  • Pre-grant opposition : ex ante validation of patents
  • Heightened standards of patentability : raising the bar on inventions
  • Compulsory licensing : local working in the global economy
  • The fault lines of harmonization
  • The access regime : creation, working, and pathways.
India's post-TRIPS (Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights) patent law reforms, which incorporates a remarkable array of flexibilities, is seen as a counter-harmonization measure in direct opposition to the dominant model of patent law pioneered by the United States. India's response, which represents an alternative model of confirming to the TRIPS Agreement, has seen stiff resistance in the form of counter-provisions in Free Trade Agreements entered by the United States and other countries. Historically, patent systems based on neoliberalism, like the American model, favour individual pursuits whereas patent systems based on social democracy, like the Indian model, focus on community goals. This distinction manifests in the manner in which the role of the public is defined in the patent system. India's model is characterized by the emphasis on the public elements in three significant ways. First, in redefining pre-grant opposition by allowing public participation in questioning the ex ante validity of patents. Second, in protecting the public domain by heightening the standard of patentability and requiring the patent applicant to demonstrate technical advance and greater effectiveness of the invention. Third, in providing for compulsory licensing when the public interest is affected by a patent that is not worked locally. The influence of the India's model has come from mimicry by other countries in following the Indian example. Countries like Argentina, Philippines, Brazil, China and South Africa have either emulated or strongly favour following India's path. Such state practices might occasion the re-imagination of the TRIPS Agreement as the Access Regime. This book explains why India took that unique route in patent law, details the provisions made the Indian patent law unique, and charters the course for countries awaiting to follow the Indian example.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199463480 20160808
Law Library (Crown)
Book
1 online resource (484 pages) : digital, PDF file(s).
  • Part I. General Principles: 1. Introduction-- 2. Identifying accessory liability in private law-- 3. An analytical framework for accessory liability-- 4. Criminal accessory liability-- Part II. Accessory Liability in Private Law: 5. Torts-- 6. Breach of contract-- 7. Infringement of equitable property rights-- 8. Breach of equitable duties-- 9. Infringement of statutory intellectual property rights-- 10. Other statutory wrongs-- 11. Wrongs involving companies-- Part III: 12. Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107063440 20160619
Accessory liability is an often neglected but very important topic across all areas of private law. By providing a principled analytical framework for the law of accessories and identifying common themes and problems that arise in the law, this book provides much-needed clarity. It explains the fundamental concepts that are used to impose liability on accessories, particularly the conduct and mental elements of liability: 'involvement' in the primary wrong and (generally) knowledge. It also sets out in detail the specific rules and principles of liability as these operate in different areas of common law, equity and statute. A comparative study across common law and criminal law jurisdictions, including the United States, also sheds new light on what is and what is not accessory liability.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107063440 20160619
Book
vii, 136 pages : illustration ; 22 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The institutions and actors of international intellectual property
  • The major instruments of international intellectual property
  • Key concepts of international intellectual property
  • The current norms of international intellectual property
  • Key issues in international intellectual property
  • Final thoughts.
Elgar Advanced Introductions are stimulating and thoughtful introductions to major fields in the social sciences and law, expertly written by the world's leading scholars.This authoritative introduction provides a detailed overview of the complexities of the international intellectual property regime, and the ways in which it operates. The authors cover the key international institutions and agreements that regulate and inform intellectual property at an international level such as the TRIPS Agreement, WIPO, WTO, the Paris Convention, and the Berne Convention. The book serves as a platform to understand and contextualise policy discussions on topics such as public health, Internet regulation, and regional and bilateral trade treaties. Key features include: * Accessible and carefully summarized overview of the field* Comprehensive and up-to-date review of all major international intellectual property institutions and instruments* Introduces current issues within international IP negotiations* Provides tools to analyse the history and possible future development of international IP norms. Students, researchers, policy makers and practitioners of intellectual property will find this book to be an invaluable resource in gaining an understanding of the international rules and context in which both domestic and international IP policy issues should be understood.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781783473427 20160619
Law Library (Crown)
Book
1 online resource.
Beginning in 1986 with the discovery of LaBaCuO by Bednorz and Muller, the field of high temperature (high-Tc) superconductivity remains the biggest intellectual challenge in condensed matter physics, with theoretical (and sometimes experimental!) consensus being elusive for almost thirty years. The underlying problem of understanding how large numbers of interacting particles can form various ordered states is tremendously daunting. This thesis begins with a historical overview of superconductivity, beginning with experimental discoveries, followed by an introduction of some theoretical concepts. In particular we discuss some details about electron-phonon coupling. As the systems being studied become more complex, the tools needed to fabricate and study them must also increase in complexity. Pushing forward new experimental discoveries in high-Tc therefore requires advancing both materials growth and characterization. The characterization techniques we introduce in this thesis are angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES) and resonant inelastic x-ray scattering (RIXS). We will discuss ARPES in detail, but present only a small work on RIXS in a later chapter, as a detailed treatment of the latter is beyond the scope of this thesis. Next we introduce the fabrication technique of molecular beam epitaxy (MBE), and discuss the design and implementation of an experimental chamber capable of performing in-situ ARPES studies of films grown via MBE. The capabilities of this chamber are demonstrated through growth and measurement of films from two classes of materials: topological insulators and iron-based superconductors. In topological insulators, we show the capability of using a thermal cracking chalcogenide source to grow intrinsically doped films, which may be useful for future studies and devices. Recently, it had been discovered that single-unit-cell-thick (1UC) iron selenide (FeSe) films grown on strontium titanate (STO) demonstrate a large increase in superconducting transition temperature compared to bulk iron selenide. We use our MBE-ARPES chamber to grow and study FeSe films of varying thicknesses down to 1UC. We then discuss spectroscopic signatures of cross-interfacial coupling between electrons in the 1UC iron selenide and the STO substrate. This electron-phonon coupling is unprecedented and until recently had not be resolved with such clarity in any other solid state system. It is furthermore unusual in that it can enhance superconductivity in many different channels. We calculate the enhancement of Tc in 1UC FeSe/STO due to this coupling and find good agreement with experimental results, and suggest that such coupling can be broadly used to enhance Tc in other films. The thesis concludes with some future prospects and directions for study. We make the case that MBE-ARPES, and more generally the improved fabrication and characterization allowed by it, will be important to definitively elucidate the interactions between particles that make up novel phases in the solid state. Lastly, in the appendix we discuss some properties of a new six-axis in-vacuum manipulator, as well as cover some theoretical details of the FeSe and RIXS experiments.
Book
1 online resource (294 pages) : digital, PDF file(s).
The proliferation of international institutions with overlapping scope and authority over issue areas creates strategic dilemmas for all states. While African states are often considered marginalised in world politics and global markets, Michael Byron Nelson shows how coalitions can form a crucial part of African strategies to influence international institutions and achieve results. Building a bottom-up analysis of global governance, through legal analysis, content analysis, and in-depth interviews, Nelson illuminates institutional and coalition dynamics through case studies of three key areas - food safety, intellectual property, and agricultural trade. He highlights the difficulties encountered by coalitions attempting to navigate institutional systems, emerging from institutional thickness (increasing the number of institutions involved) and integration (increasing the formal linkages between those institutions). Finally, Nelson shows how increasing the hierarchy of an institutional system, by creating a focal point on a single institution, can make coordination easier for coalitions.
Book
x, 211 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Introduction: A dialogue on influence - Denis Flannery and Michele Mendelssohn 1. Hollinghurst's poetry - Bernard O'Donoghue 2. The touch of reading in Hollinghurst's early prose - Angus Brown 3. Poetry, parody, porn and prose - Michele Mendelssohn 4. Race, empire and The Swimming Pool Library - John McLeod 5. The Stranger's Child and The Aspern Papers: queering origin stories and questioning the visitable past - Julie Rivkin 6. Ostentatiously discreet: bisexual camp in The Stranger's Child - Joseph Ronan 7. Hollow auguries: eccentric genealogies in The Folding Star and The Spell - Robert L. Caserio 8. Some properties of fiction: value and fantasy in Hollinghurst's house of fiction - Geoff Gilbert 9. Cinema in the library - Alan O'Leary 10. Using Racine in 1990: or, translating theatre in time - Denis Flannery 11. 'Who are you? What the fuck are you doing here?': queer debates and contemporary connections - Kaye Mitchell 12. What can I say? Secrets in fiction and biography - Hermione Lee interviews Alan Hollinghurst Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780719097171 20160912
This groundbreaking, cross-generic collection is the first to consider the entire breadth of Alan Hollinghurst's Booker Prize-winning writing. Focused through the concept of influence, the volume addresses critical issues surrounding the work of Britain's most important contemporary novelist. It encompasses provocative and timely subjects ranging from gay visual cultures and representations, to Victorian, modernist and contemporary literature, as well as race and empire, theatre and cinema, eros and economics. The book reveals the fascinating intellectual and affective matter that lies beneath the polished control and dazzling style of Hollinghurst's work. Alongside contributions by distinguished British and American critics, the book includes an unpublished interview with Hollinghurst. Alan Hollinghurst: Writing under the influence uses a creative range of critical approaches to provide the most authoritative and innovative account available of Hollinghurst's works.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780719097171 20160912
Green Library
Book
xxii, 378 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps ; 28 cm
  • Acknowledgements ix Terminology xiii Guest forewords: 'voices for the park' xv Author's preface xix Introduction 1 Brief timeline 3 PART I: HISTORIC ALDERLEY PARK 1 The early park & land 8 When was Alderley Park named? 8 Stanleys, Eagle and Child 11 Senior and junior Stanleys-- Shakespeare 16 The Park's situation and weather 19 Rocks and views of the Park 21 2 Baronets to baron 23 The Old Hall and its Baronets to 1779 23 Beeches and avenues of the Park 29 The Alderley House mansion 32 John Thomas, 1st Lord Stanley of Alderley 36 Alderley Edge and its railway-- the Cottontots 41 Heraldry of the Tenants' Hall 42 3 Elegance and water 44 The Water Garden and grounds 44 The Adam gates 48 Alderley House Arboretum 50 Reverend Edward Stanley & his birds 51 The History of Radnor Mere 53 Further Lords Stanley of Alderley 58 Lords after the Park 66 The smaller waters of Alderley Park 67 4 Remembering 72 Tenants' Hall to Conference Centre 72 The Alderley Mummers 75 The art and photography of the Park 77 Alderley Park WHOLE BOOK.indd 5 19/02/2016 10:22:37 vi CONTENTS The Great 1938 Sale 80 Surviving old buildings of the Park 83 Old maps of the Park 88 Nether Alderley: Old Hall and Church 90 Wartime activities and noise! 92 PART II: NATURAL ALDERLEY PARK 5 Nature recording in the park 98 Discovering the living Park 98 Wildlife recording in Alderley Park 98 Biodiversity in Alderley Park 103 6 Species of the park 106 Birds of Alderley Park 106 Mammals of the Park 114 Bats of the Park 117 Butterflies and other insects 119 Dragonflies of the Park 120 Plant records and orchids in the Park 122 Fish in the Park 124 PART III: GREEN ALDERLEY PARK 7 Farm and estate 128 Historical farming and use of the land 128 Woodland: mature and managed 129 Matthews and flowers 132 Estate farms old and new: sheep! 134 Making the Park greener 136 8 Alderley Park Farm open days 138 People in the Park 138 The Park's History and Nature Trails 139 Icicals to ClubAZ 141 Mulberry's and Sport 145 Estate in the local community 147 Image, Communications and charity 148 PART IV: GLOBAL ALDERLEY PARK 9 Company beginnings 152 'Pharms' - the early history 152 ICI's choice-- building begins 1955-64 163 IHRL and CTL 169 Foundational products 172 Animal medicine 174 Alderley Park WHOLE BOOK.indd 6 19/02/2016 10:22:37 CONTENTS vi i 10 Historic milestones 178 Heart Drugs 1: 'Inderal' (propranolol) 178 Heart Drugs 2: 'Tenormin' (atenolol) 183 'Nolvadex' (tamoxifen) - discovery 186 'Nolvadex' (tamoxifen) - launch 195 The antibacterial search 200 Anaesthetics - 'Fluothane' to 'Diprivan' 203 11 Supporting the work 208 Engineering and labs 208 Facilities and services 210 Office life 215 Computers - starting from one 216 Finance, budget, investment 221 Procurement and consumables 222 12 Route to the patient 224 Scientists and sciences 224 Analysis, spectra and drug properties 230 Samples, the Collection and Weighing 234 Patents and Intellectual Property 235 Drug Development and Safety 237 Clinical Trials and Regulatory Affairs 239 Process, Manufacture, 'Macc. Works' & Purity 243 Launching - World Market - Patient Safety 244 13 Growing and telling 248 Building in the Park: 1965-90 248 Staff and message - publications 254 Publishing the science 257 Dealing with humans ... 258 Dealing with e-mail 262 Collaborating with academia 263 Education, training and the young! 264 Collaborating with colleagues 265 14 The big new world 267 Information Systems 267 Information Technology 268 Keeping tabs on the competition 270 Sites overseas: links to the globe 271 Hanson, demerger & Zeneca 272 Merger - to AstraZeneca 276 Rational drug design & molecular modelling 278 Robots and technology 281 Alderley Park WHOLE BOOK.indd 7 19/02/2016 10:22:37 viii CONTENTS 15 Targets & hormones 283 Choosing targets 283 Prostate cancer 1: 'Zoladex' 285 Prostate cancer 2: 'Casodex' 288 Breast cancer again 1: 'Faslodex' 290 Breast cancer again 2: 'Arimidex' 293 16 Wider horizons still 296 Widening the target: 'Tomudex' 296 The Big C: 'Iressa' 297 Multiple pathways: 'Caprelsa' 301 A perfect project: 'Tagrisso' 303 A site in constant growth: 1993-2008 310 17 Value judgement 315 Approaching the cliff 315 Ethics, testing and public support 316 Safe at work 318 Alderley Park's 15 drugs (so far!) 319 Five more worked on in the Park 321 Therapeutic areas: painful failures 326 18 People, time & chance 328 Changing of the guard - CEOs 328 Not as planned ... 329 Another great sale 330 PART V: LIVING ALDERLEY PARK 19 And now, the future 336 Manchester Science Partnerships 336 Faith and future in the Park 340 The question of research 343 Afterword 346 Appendix 1: Historical tables 347 Appendix 2: Wildlife checklists 349 Appendix 3: What and who 353 Appendix 4: Companies leadership 355 Appendix 5: The Park's famous scientific papers & patents 356 References 359 Bibliography 366 Index 369 List of subscribers 377.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781910837047 20160704
Alderley Park Discovered is written by former AstraZeneca chemist George Hill, whose carefully researched text is presented in a wonderfully lively and readable style. The 400-acre site is a unique and beautiful natural environment with a rich, varied history, beginning with the creation of the Park by the Stanley family from the sixteenth century. It is also home to a diverse range of wildlife, and George Hill's considerable knowledge in this area reveals its wealth in the middle section of the book. He then tells of the Park's remarkable scientific inception by ICI, moving on to its huge growth under Zeneca and AstraZeneca, revealing the inside stories of the groundbreaking heart and cancer drugs discovered on the site. Now, under the auspices of Manchester Science Partnerships, Alderley Park has become a hub for Life Sciences, and is set to be developed for new residential and leisure purposes into the future. This fascinating, lavishly illustrated and beautifully produced book will be of huge appeal to anyone with connections to the Park, including current and former employees, local people and historians.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781910837047 20160704
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
xxxvi, 491 pages ; 25 cm
  • Antitrust and patent law
  • Important developments in antitrust-patent law
  • The patent crisis and its antitrust implications
  • How the EU and US antitrust regimes differ
  • The relationship between patent and antitrust law
  • Market definition, monopoly power, and patented technology
  • Antitrust issues surrounding open and closed systems
  • The Noerr-Pennington Doctrine
  • Manipulation of the standard-setting process
  • Targeted patent aggregation
  • Patent misuse
  • Technology transfer
  • Exclusionary agreements in the biopharmaceutical industry.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xii, 219 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Prologue : Defoe in the pillory
  • Genteel wrath : Pope v. Curll (1741)
  • Emancipation and translation : Stowe v. Thomas (1853)
  • Creating Oscar Wilde : Burrow-Giles v. Sarony (1884)
  • Hollywood story : Nichols v. Universal (1930)
  • Prohibited paraphrase : Salinger v. Random House (1987)
  • Purloined puppies : Rogers v. Koons (1992)
  • Afterword : metamorphoses of authorship.
Authors in Court charts the 300-year-long dance between authorship and copyright that has shaped each institution's response to changing social norms of identity, privacy, and celebrity. Authors' self-presentations in court are often inflected by prevailing concepts of propriety and respectability. And judges, for their part, have not been immune to the reputation and standing of the authors who have appeared before them in legal dramas. Some authors strut their roles on the public stage. For example, Napoleon Sarony-the nineteenth-century photographer whose case established that photographs might be protected as works of art-was fond of marching along Broadway dressed in a red fez and high-top campaign boots. Others, such as the reclusive J. D. Salinger, enacted their dramas precisely by shrinking from attention. Mark Rose's case studies include the flamboyant writer Daniel Defoe; the self-consciously genteel poet Alexander Pope; the abolitionist Harriet Beecher Stowe; the once-celebrated dramatist Anne Nichols; and the provocative contemporary artist Jeff Koons. These examples suggest not only how social forms such as gender and gentility have influenced the self-presentation of authors in public and in court but also how the personal styles and histories of authors have influenced the development of legal doctrine.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674048041 20160725
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xii, 219 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Defoe in the pillory
  • Genteel wrath: Pope v. Curll (1741)
  • Emancipation and translation: Stowe v. Thomas (1853)
  • Creating Oscar Wilde: Burrow-Giles v. Sarony (1884)
  • Hollywood story: Nichols v. Universal (1930)
  • Prohibited paraphrase: Salinger v. Random House (1987)
  • Purloined puppies: Rogers v. Koons (1992)
  • Afterword: metamorphoses of authorship.
Authors in Court charts the 300-year-long dance between authorship and copyright that has shaped each institution's response to changing social norms of identity, privacy, and celebrity. Authors' self-presentations in court are often inflected by prevailing concepts of propriety and respectability. And judges, for their part, have not been immune to the reputation and standing of the authors who have appeared before them in legal dramas. Some authors strut their roles on the public stage. For example, Napoleon Sarony-the nineteenth-century photographer whose case established that photographs might be protected as works of art-was fond of marching along Broadway dressed in a red fez and high-top campaign boots. Others, such as the reclusive J. D. Salinger, enacted their dramas precisely by shrinking from attention. Mark Rose's case studies include the flamboyant writer Daniel Defoe; the self-consciously genteel poet Alexander Pope; the abolitionist Harriet Beecher Stowe; the once-celebrated dramatist Anne Nichols; and the provocative contemporary artist Jeff Koons. These examples suggest not only how social forms such as gender and gentility have influenced the self-presentation of authors in public and in court but also how the personal styles and histories of authors have influenced the development of legal doctrine.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674048041 20160725
Green Library
Book
xii, 213 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Foreword Rebecca Moore Howard Introduction Amy E. Robillard and Ron Fortune Part 1: Contrived Authorship 1. A Gay Girl in Damascus: Multi-vocal Construction and Refutation of Authorial Ethos Julia Marie Smith 2. Writing in the Dead Zone: Authorship in the Age of Intelligent Machines Kyle Jensen 3. Writers Who Forge: Forgery as a Response to Contested Authorship Ron Fortune Part 2: Distributed Authorship 4. Authorial Ethos as Location: How Technical Manuals Embody Authorial Ethos without Authors Erin A. Frost and Kellie Sharp-Hoskins 5. The Kairos of Authorship in Activist Rhetoric Seth Kahn and Kevin Mahoney 6. In the Author's Hands: Contesting Authorship and Ownership in Fan Fiction Rachel Parish Part 3: Excluded Authorship 7. Writing After Stonewall: The Lost Forms of Gay Authorship James Zebroski 8. The Sound of Silence: Defense of Marriage, Don't Ask, Don't Tell, and Post-Authorship Theory Paul Butler 9. The Emotional Contests of Peer Review Amy E. Robillard Part 4: Nascent Authorship 10. 'I Feel Like this is Fake': Spontaneous Mediocrity and Studied Genius Val Perry Rendel 11. Student Intellectual Property in the Age of Permissions: Fostering a Gift Economy in First-Year Writing Programs Matt Hollrah 12. Authorizing Plagiarism Joseph Harris.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138911727 20160619
This volume explores a dimension of authorship not given its due in the critical discourse to this point-authorship contested. Much of the existing critical literature begins with a text and the proposition that the text has an author. The debates move from here to questions about who the author is, whether or not the author's identity is even relevant, and what relationship she or he does and does not have to the text. The authors contributing to this collection, however, ask about circumstances surrounding efforts to prevent authors from even being allowed to have these questions asked of them, from even being identified as authors. They ask about the political, cultural, economic and social circumstances that motivate a prospective audience to resist an author's efforts to have a text published, read, and discussed. Particularly noteworthy is the range of everyday rhetorical situations in which contesting authorship occurs-from the production of a corporate document to the publication of fan fiction. Each chapter also focuses on particular instances in which authorship has been contested, demonstrating how theories about various forms of contested authorship play out in a range of events, from the complex issues surrounding peer review to authorship in the age of intelligent machines.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138911727 20160619
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
xix, 252 pages ; 26 cm
  • Bankruptcy treatment of intellectual property
  • Bankruptcy treatment of IP licenses
  • Bankruptcy treatment of claims secured by intellectual property
  • Bankruptcy and cyber-assets
  • Selected bankruptcy law basics
  • Selected IP and IP licensing basics
  • Due diligence lists
  • Glossary.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xli, 666 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm
  • Introduction to Biotechnology Learning Objectives What Is Biotechnology? Animal Biotechnology Agricultural Biotechnology Medical Biotechnology Industrial Biotechnology Environmental Biotechnology Other Emerging Fields of Biotechnology History of Biotechnology Human Genome Project Major Scientific Discoveries in Biotechnology Biotechnology as the Science of Integration Bio-Revolution Ethical and Regulatory Issues in Biotechnology Future of Biotechnology Problems Assignment Online Resources References and Further Reading Genes and Genomics Learning Objectives Introduction Cell as the Building Block of Life Classification of Cells Prokaryotic Cell Eukaryotic Cell Extracellular Organization Cell Membrane Cell Capsule Flagella Intracellular Organization Macromolecules Genes and Genetics Cell Division DNA Replication DNA Interactions with Proteins DNA-Modifying Enzymes DNA Methylation DNA Mutation Tools of Biotechnology Problems Assignment References and Further Reading Proteins and Proteomics Learning Objectives Introduction Significance of Proteins Protein Biosynthesis Protein Structure Protein Folding Protein Modification Protein Transport Protein Dysfunction and Degradation Regulation of Protein Synthesis Regulatory Protein Methods for Protein Analysis Protein Purification Tools of Proteomics Problems Assignment References and Further Reading Recombinant DNA Technology Learning Objectives Introduction Making of Recombinant DNA Significance of Recombinant DNA Technology Role of Restriction Enzymes in rDNA Technology Steps in Gene Cloning Synthesis of Complete Gene Polymerase Chain Reaction and Gene Cloning Significance of Vectors in Recombinant DNA Technology Classification of Vectors Integration of the DNA Insert into the Vector Introduction of the Recombinant DNA into the Suitable Host Increased Competence of E. Coli by CaCl2 Treatment Infection by Recombinant DNAs Packaged as Virions Selection of Recombinant Clones Identification of Clones Having Recombinant DNAs Selection of Clone Containing a Specific DNA Insert Applications of Recombinant DNA Technology DNA Sequencing Microarrays DNA Chips Isolation of Desired DNA cDNA Library Preparation of cDNA Genomic Library DNA Libraries Chemical Synthesis Gene Applications of Synthetic Oligonucleotides Problems Assignments References and Further Reading Microbial Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Structural Organization of Microbes Microbial Metabolism Microbial Growth Microbial Genetics Genetic Recombination in Bacteria Transposable Genetic Elements Use of E. Coli in Microbial Cloning Pathogenic Bacteria Application of Microbes Food Microbiology Microbial Biotechnology Problems References and Further Reading Agricultural Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Plant Breeding Plant Diseases Applications of Molecular and Genetic Tools in Agriculture Herbicide-Tolerant Plants Pigmentation in Transgenic Plants Altering the Food Content of Plants Gene Transfer Methods in Plants Target Cells for Gene Transformation Vectors for Gene Transfer Transformation Techniques Using Agrobacterium Glucuronidase Gene Agroinfection and Gene Transfer DNA-Mediated Gene Transfer Electroporation for Gene Transfer Liposome-Mediated Gene Transfer Gene Transformation Using Pollen Application of Transgenic Plants How Safe Are Transgenic Plants? Bioengineered Plants Genetically Modified Maize Terminator Technology Problems Assignment References and Further Reading Animal Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction History of the Use of Animals in Research Drug Testing in Animals Is Mandatory Most Commonly Used Animals in Research Application of Animal Models Animal Models Animal Biotechnology Regulations of Animal Testing Alternatives to Animal Testing Problems Assignment References and Further Reading Environmental Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Factors Affecting the Environment Global Warming Carbon Footprint Destruction of Forests Air Pollution Major Carbon Dioxide Emission Countries Greenhouse Effect Acid Rain Ocean Acidification Health Hazards Due to Pollution Environment Protection by Biotechnology Bioremediation Mycoremediation Wastewater Treatment Pretreatment Phase Screening Phase Sedimentation Phase Secondary Treatment Phase Activated Sludge Filter Beds Biological Aerated Filters Nutrient Removal Nitrogen Removal Phosphorus Removal Disinfection of Wastewater Sludge Disposal Biofuels Biodiesel Biogas Bioalcohols Bioethers Syngas Solid Biofuels Second-Generation Biofuels Third-Generation Biofuels International Biofuel Efforts Future of Biofuels Biodegradable Plastic Biodegradation by Bacteria Oil-Eating Bacteria Biostimulation and Bioaugmentation Bioleaching Single-Cell Protein and Biomass from Waste Vermitechnology Biosorption Bacteria Fungi Algae Genetically Engineered Organisms Problems Debate Field Visit References and Further Reading Medical Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Antibody Production Therapeutic Proteins Stem Cell Transplantation Bioengineered Skin Bioengineered Organ Transplantation Gene Therapy Molecular Diagnostics Artificial Blood Organ Transplant Cloning Questions Assignment References and Further Reading Nanobiotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Nanotechnology Nanobiotechnology Applications of Nanobiotechnology Nanotechnology in the Food Industry Water Pollution and Nanotechnology Research Trends Problems References and Further Reading Product Development in Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Methods of Scientific Inquiry Commercialization of Scientific Discovery Business Plan Biotechnology Product Development Phases of Biotechnology Product Development Biotechnology Entrepreneurship Biotechnology Industry: Facts and Figures Formation of a New Biotechnology Company Successful Bioentrepreneurship Biotechnology Products and Intellectual Property Rights Biotechnology Stock Investment: Pros and Cons Marketing Trends in Biotechnology Role of Regulators in Biotechnology Product Development Certification and Accreditation Problems References and Further Reading Industrial Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Fermenter or Bioreactor Principle of Fermentation Production of Biomolecules Using Fermenter Technology Development Process of Microbial Products Upstream Bioprocess Downstream Bioprocess Bioprocess Automation Industrial Application of Microbes Industrial Production of Healthcare Products Problems References and Further Reading Ethics in Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Genetically Modified Foods and Plants Use of Animals as Experimental Models Use of Humans as Experimental Models Xenotransplantation Genetic Screening Biometrics DNA Fingerprinting Organ Donation and Transplantation Euthanasia Neuroethics Assisted Reproductive Technology Embryonic Stem Cell Research Questions Assignments References and Further Reading Careers in Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Education and Investment in Biotechnology Research and Development in Biotechnology Biotechnology Industry and Products Biotechnology Status in the United States Career Opportunities in Biotechnology Entry-Level Job Positions in Biotechnology Administration Which Job Is Good For Me? Why Are R&D Jobs the Most Challenging? Salary and Incentives in Biotechnology Problems Assignments Field Visit References and Further Reading Laboratory Tutorials Laboratory Experiments Laboratory Safety Good Laboratory Practices for Biotechnology Labs General Laboratory Techniques General Principles of Animal Handling Animal Anesthesia Animal Histology Blood Collection in Animals Histology and Microscopy Separation Techniques Microbiology Techniques Biochemistry Techniques Molecular Techniques Genetic Techniques Agricultural Biotechnology Microbial Biotechnology References.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498723428 20160619
A single source reference covering every aspect of biotechnology, Biotechnology Fundamentals, Second Edition breaks down the basic fundamentals of this discipline, and highlights both conventional and modern approaches unique to the industry. In addition to recent advances and updates relevant to the first edition, the revised work also covers ethics in biotechnology and discusses career possibilities in this growing field. The book begins with a basic introduction of biotechnology, moves on to more complex topics, and provides relevant examples along the way. Each chapter begins with a brief summary, is illustrated by simple line diagrams, pictures, and tables, and ends with a question session, an assignment, and field trip information. The author also discusses the connection between plant breeding, cheese making, in vitro fertilization, alcohol fermentation, and biotechnology. Comprised of 15 chapters, this seminal work offers in-depth coverage of topics that include: * Genes and Genomics * Proteins and Proteomics * Recombinant DNA Technology * Microbial Biotechnology * Agricultural Biotechnology * Animal Biotechnology * Environmental Biotechnology * Medical Biotechnology * Nanobiotechnology * Product Development in Biotechnology * Industrial Biotechnology * Ethics in Biotechnology * Careers in Biotechnology * Laboratory Tutorials Biotechnology Fundamentals, Second Edition provides a complete introduction of biotechnology to students taking biotechnology or life science courses and offers a detailed overview of the fundamentals to anyone in need of comprehensive information on the subject.
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Biology Library (Falconer)
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pages cm.
  • Intellectual property, higher education, and the public good
  • Intellectual property explained
  • University(tm)
  • University patents under the sun
  • Copyright on campus
  • In pursuit of brand: names, domain names, images, slogans, and secrets
  • Private rights in the public interest: a path forward.
Universities generate an enormous amount of intellectual property, including copyrights, trademarks, patents, Internet domain names, and even trade secrets. Until recently, universities often ceded ownership of this property to the faculty member or student who created or discovered it in the course of their research. Increasingly, though, universities have become protective of this property, claiming it for their own use and licensing it as a revenue source instead of allowing it to remain in the public sphere. Many universities now behave like private corporations, suing to protect trademarked sports logos, patents, and name brands. Yet how can private rights accumulation and enforcement further the public interest in higher education? What is to be gained and lost as institutions become more guarded and contentious in their orientation toward intellectual property? In this pioneering book, law professor Jacob H. Rooksby uses a mixture of qualitative, quantitative, and legal research methods to grapple with those central questions, exposing and critiquing the industry's unquestioned and growing embrace of intellectual property from the perspective of research in law, higher education, and the social sciences. While knowledge creation and dissemination have a long history in higher education, using intellectual property as a vehicle for rights staking and enforcement is a relatively new and, as Rooksby argues, dangerous phenomenon for the sector.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
1 online resource.
  • Front Cover; Building a Travel Risk Management Program; Copyright Page; Contents; Foreword; Introduction; About the author; 1 Planning for known and unknown risks; Legal duty of care-definition; Duty of care and tort law in the United States; Case study-U.S. workers compensation and arbitration; Examples of potential risk exposures and incident types; Medical issues or concerns; Mistake 1: Assumption that vaccines are complete preparation for an overseas trip; Mistake 2: Conflicting Internet information; Mistake 3: Failing to make simple preparations for predictable health issues
  • Mistake 4: Assuming the quality of care for chronic conditions abroadMistake 5: Assuming that travel to a Western-style country is travel to a low-risk country; Biohazards, toxicity, epidemics, and pandemics; Pandemics; Ebola's impact on Fonterra's bottom line; Air travel health risks and concerns; Air quality within commercial aircraft; Disinsection; Immobility-blood clots (deep vein thrombosis); Civil unrest (including active shooter situations); Harassment by authorities; Considerations for female travelers; Cultural or social stigmas and violence against women; Honor killings
  • Dress expectations for womenSexual assault, harassment, and objectification; Sexual harassment case study; Hate crimes; Anti-LGBT laws and cultural acceptance of violence; Kidnapping and ransom; Who is at risk?; Medical emergencies, evacuations, and insurance; United States-Workers' compensation; Natural disasters; Evacuations for the disabled; Nonmedical evacuations; iJET case study-iJET and the South Sudan evacuations; Open bookings; Open booking data issues; Open Booking Case Study; Personal property and identity theft; Mugging and pickpocketing; Traveling with prescription medicine
  • Measuring traveler wear and tearTraveler friction versus travel policies; Personal well-being and stress; Repatriation of mortal remains; Theft of intellectual property; Traveling light; International protections for intellectual property rights; HIV-positive travelers and expatriates; 2 Assessing your current approach to travel risk management; Defining travel risk management; What is an employer's "duty to disclose"; Push versus pull disclosures; Travel risk management maturity model (TRM3) overview; Policy/procedures; Training; Traveler training
  • Travel advisor training (travel agents or counselors, not corporate administrators or "bookers")Travel risk management employer stakeholder training; Crisis management team (CMT) training; Cyber security and social media training safety training; Risk assessment; Risk disclosure; Risk mitigation; Risk monitoring; Risk monitoring-common mistakes; Response; Notification; Data management; Communication; The end result of thorough assessments; 3 Building a proactive travel risk management program; Planning; Training; Crisis and incident response hotlines; Feedback
Building a Travel Risk Management Program: Traveler Safety and Duty of Care for Any Organization helps business and security professionals effectively manage traveler risk by showing them how to build a complete travel risk program. While global corporate travel risks are increasing exponentially, many security and business managers are not well-versed in the rapidly changing global landscape of travel risk, nor do they fully realize the multitude of risks their companies face if they don't comply with their legal obligations-"duty of care"-for protecting their employees from foreseeable harm, which can cost a company in the form of extensive fines, productivity loss, business interruptions, stock price loss, litigation, and even potential bankruptcy. This book is the first to bridge the gap between the topics of travel management, security, and risk management. It serves as a reference point for working with other departments, including human resources and legal, paving the way for better internal cooperation for travel managers and security managers. In addition, it helps organizations craft a travel risk management program for their unique needs that incorporates the most important policies and procedures that help them comply with legal obligations.
Book
1 online resource (xviii, 736 pages) : illustrations.
  • Satellite Orbit and Clock Offset Determination
  • BDS/GNSS Precise Positioning Technology
  • Atomic Clock and Time-frequency Technology
  • Standardization, Intellectual Properties, Policies, and Regulations.
These Proceedings present selected research papers from CSNC2016, held during 18th-20th May in Changsha, China. The theme of CSNC2016 is Smart Sensing, Smart Perception. These papers discuss the technologies and applications of the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), and the latest progress made in the China BeiDou System (BDS) especially. They are divided into 12 topics to match the corresponding sessions in CSNC2016, which broadly covered key topics in GNSS. Readers can learn about the BDS and keep abreast of the latest advances in GNSS techniques and applications. .

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