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Scotland needs own division of the European Unified Patent Court to protect researchers and innovators, says legal expert

Scotland should have its own division of the planned European Unified Patent Court (UPC), a legal expert has said, after the European Parliament backed proposals to complete the legal framework for a Europe-wide unitary patent. 24 Apr 2014

UK immigration policy is making international students feel "unwelcome", says House of Lords committee

An "unprecedented" 10% fall in the number of international science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) students coming to the UK to study can partly be attributed to the UK's "unwelcoming" immigration reforms, a House of Lords committee has found. 15 Apr 2014

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Consultation launched on mobile health but expert says guidance for organisations needed now

Organisations need more guidance now on how to address some of the legal challenges with developing or implementing mobile health (m-health) solutions, an expert has said. 10 Apr 2014

European Parliament votes for EU-wide database of clinical trials results

The European Parliament has voted in favour of draft legislation which would require pharmaceutical companies and other medical researchers to post results of all their European clinical trials on a publicly-accessible database. 04 Apr 2014

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