Nanotechnology Development and Transference in the International Trade Law and the Intellectual Property Rights

Shila Taheri

Abstract


The preset essay analyzes the nanotechnology development and transference in the international trade law and the intellectual property rights by implementing descriptive analytic method. The research findings show that determining the role and position and the function of intellectual property systems within the modern nanotechnology intellectual property at the international scenery and analyzing the plans and codifying policies and special protective programs in terms of development and enhancement of intellectual property in this technology and comprehensive approaches in support of the international intellectual property and change and correction of the organizational offices of nano patents registration is a critical issue. Codifying coordinated regulations for University research centers to ensure the unity of the researchers, lack of definite and fixed output for commercializing, study of the increasing mass of the number of registered patents, rise of the complexity of the patents (interdisciplinary patents) that lead to the limitations for the innovators in obtaining intellectual property rights, lack of the cooperation of the developing countries because of the obstacles of registering patents and being bereft of the benefits of nano because of the high expenses of registering the patents and the administration guarantee of the international documents are among the legal challenges of the intellectual property in nanotechnology.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/jpl.v10n1p155

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