*Global patent volume up 3 percent in 2014- Thomson Reuters. LONDON, May 26- The life sciences industry is increasingly taking over from the tech sector in driving global innovation, according to a Thomson Reuters analysis of global patents. While part of that may be due to tighter patenting rules in the United States, there are also signs of more fundamental shifts,...» Read More
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