Cell-free DNA (dd-cfDNA) transplant assessment test: What is the IP situation behind Natera’s Prospera™ test?

SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, France – July 07, 2021 | Natera was founded by Matthew Rabinowitz, Ph.D., and Jonathan Sheena, M. Eng, in 2004. This American company provides DNA testing across multiple clinical areas including women’s health, organ health, and oncology. This DNA testing, involving a noninvasive blood-based test, is carried out using its next-generation cfDNA technology[…]

Major companies have patented variety of solutions to protect their own AiP structures and manufacturing processes. What are the white spaces left? Is the freedom to operate hampered?

SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, France – June 21, 2021 | Smaller, denser, cost efficient and high performances. These are some of the challenges that the RF industry must address to fully exploit 5G. To answer these criteria, all the RF industry has to develop new technologies from the material to the integrator. Packaging makers are also impacted[…]

Patent analysis unveils major changes in the power module industry, accelerated by the EV revolution

SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, France – April 30, 2021 | Why investigate the power module intellectual property (IP) landscape in 2021? – As a result of the boom in electric vehicles (EV/HEV applications) and the growing adoption of wide bandgap (WBG) technologies – especially silicon carbide (SiC) – for power electronics applications, the power module industry faces[…]