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FEASIBILITY OF PATENT RETRIEVAL AS AN AUXILIARY FOR BIOTECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION - THE CASE OF
CORDYCEPS MILTARIS

 

Wen-Hung Lin
School Of Public Health, National Defense Medical Center Taipei, Taiwan
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Chun-Chi Lu(Primary Author)
Department of Management, Fo Guang University
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Yu-San Ting
Department of Tourism and Travel Management, Da-Yeh University
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Chi-Ming Chu
School Of Public Health, National Defense Medical Center, Taipei, Taiwan
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Chih-Wei Wu
Taiwan Strategics Intellectual Property Office
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Chin-Chang Tsai
Program of Technology Management, Chung Hua University, Taiwan
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Kuo-Hua Lee
Hsin-Chu Branch Station, COA- TRI, Hsin-Chu, Taiwan
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Abstract

This study demonstrates the availability and possibility of a patent retrieval and analysis model for biotechnological innovation to obtain patents in an empirical cordyceps militaris researching case. The conventional framework of R&D is possibly time-consuming and lack of efficiency. Moreover, the outcomes could easily fail to meet market demand and suffer loss ultimately. This study proposed a useful of patent retrieval and analysis model to facilitate R&D in biotech industry. The model includes innovations trimmed after evaluating current market situations, business capacity and priority to make their market values stand out. The practical evaluation concepts could include relative skills and current industrial developments in relative areas of technology, and barriers of patent applications. The purpose of the model application is to obtain patents in an efficient way. As completing field experiments by using this model, this innovational result had already successfully obtained patent from Intellectual Property Office of Taiwan in 2008. The results of this study are as following: First, this empirical case showed that the analysis of patent information retrieval is a potentially useful tool to build up practical development processes to achieve invention patents. Second, the patent retrieval and analysis can improve efficiency and feasibility for biotech industry in patent acquisition.

Keywords: Cordyceps, Patent Retrieval, Patent Analysis, Innovation Technology, Empirical Research

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