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  • Moderna sues Pfizer and BioNTech over COVID vaccine patents

    The Boston Globe -- 08/30/2022

    “We’re seeing a lot of lawsuits related to mRNA vaccines right now, so I wasn’t surprised about this particular lawsuit,” said Mansoor Amiji, a professor of pharmaceutical sciences and chemical engineering at Northeastern University.

  • Trump’s ‘Truth Social’ Trademark Loss More Detour Than Roadblock

    In the Media -- 08/30/2022

    When addressing likelihood-of-confusion claims, the PTO usually looks at sight, sound, and meanings, according to Alexandra Roberts, an intellectual property law professor at Northeastern University School of Law.

  • The big idea: do animals have emotions?

    The Guardian -- 08/30/2022

    Lisa Feldman Barrett is a professor of psychology at Northeastern University and the author of How Emotions Are Made (Pan Macmillan).

  • Trump’s ‘Truth Social’ Trademark Loss More Detour Than Roadblock

    Bloomberg Law -- 08/30/2022

    When addressing likelihood-of-confusion claims, the PTO usually looks at sight, sound, and meanings, according to Alexandra Roberts, an intellectual property law professor at Northeastern University School of Law.

  • Celebrating the visionary behind Boston’s Emerald Necklace

    WCVB TV -- 08/30/2022

    Professor Ted Landsmark of Northeastern University’s Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy is a leading authority on landscape architecture.

  • MoneyWise Forget washing dishes or bagging groceries — teens are seizing whatever jobs they want as ‘desperate’ employers try to fill seats

    Yahoo! Finance -- 08/29/2022

    “I think why we’re seeing this summer be an even stronger labor market for young people than last summer, is exactly because employers did rediscover that teenagers can do jobs,” says Alicia Modestino, an economist at Northeastern University.

  • How a Mass. law intended to protect victims became a ‘gift to abusers’

    WBUR -- 08/29/2022

    She was eventually able to get some reports after finding an attorney with the Northeastern University Domestic Violence Institute. …

  • Moderna Patent Strike on Pfizer Sets Up Post-Covid Vaccine Feuds

    Bloomberg Law -- 08/29/2022

    “Pfizer has know-how but should be rightly concerned about blocking patents on mRNA platform technologies,” said Brook Baker, a professor at Northeastern University School of Law and a senior policy analyst at Health GAP.

  • What you should know about the risks of over-the-counter hearing aids, according to an audiologist

    GBH -- 08/26/2022

    Nicole Laffan, the audiology clinic director at Northeastern’s Speech-Language and Hearing Center, joined GBH’s Morning Edition hosts Paris Alston and Jeremy Siegel to talk about the new regulations.

  • As E. coli outbreak grows, 6 Wendy’s customers describe severe food poisoning

    NBC News -- 08/26/2022

    E. coli outbreaks often come from lettuce for a few reasons, said Darin Detwiler, a food regulatory policy professor at Northeastern University.