A life sciences patent expert is warning that obtaining CRISPR IP rights is set to become much more difficult. Improved knowledge of the gene-editing technology’s wide-ranging potential applications, he claims, means that it will be harder for future applicants to establish the non-obviousness of their CRISPR innovations.

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