“Intellectual” in the news
|intellectual property rights|
Publications and example sentences
· Beijing has fatally undermined the image of a self-governing and stable Hong Kong →
Law, for the party, is one instrument among many that can be used to eliminate opponents – who can be anyone from dissenting public intellectuals to prominent businessmen.
· Space Force Tells a Terrible Joke About America →
The current state of the real-world culture war is summarized in the ongoing conflict between two characters: Carell’s Naird and John Malkovich’s Dr. Adrian Mallory, the Space Force’s head scientist and a debonair, knit-tie-wearing professorial type who’s the intellectual yin to Naird’s impulsive, reactive yang.
· Watching my grandmother find romance again in her 80s →
“Your grandfather was certainly a very intellectual man,” she purred, “but Bob really knows how to handle a car.” In fact, we all fretted about the way Bob handled a car.
· Coronavirus: Company behind leading vaccine candidate criticised for ‘appalling’ lack of transparency →
“What is important at this moment is to independently verify the science and that apparently is not possible,” Ellen t’ Hoen, an expert in medicines policy and intellectual property law, told The Independent.
· 'This man knows he's dying as surely as I do': a doctor's dispatches from intensive care →
Listening to the politicians and journalists talk – loftily, from afar, an Olympian perspective – coronavirus can feel like a mathematical abstraction, an intellectual exercise played out in curves and peaks and troughs and modelling.
The Japan Times
· Disadvantaged families fear school closures widening inequalities in Japanese education →
The mother said she does not have enough time to watch over her because her younger daughter, 9, has an intellectual disability and goes to a special needs school.
· I like the sound of my own voice – but does that make me a narcissist? →
“So a lot of the time, people are spinning the wheel, thinking about what witty, wonderful or intellectual thing they want to say next.
· Applied Materials Inc (AMAT) CEO Gary Dickerson Presents at 2020 Bernstein Strategic Decisions Conference (Transcript) →
So the global electronics ecosystem is very interconnected and our view is certainly that we believe in free and fair trade and intellectual property, and it's in everyone's best interest to have a constructive environment going forward for the future.
· The Wet AMD Gene Therapy Race - Adverum Biotechnologies Vs. Regenxbio →
In addition to an internal pipeline, Regenxbio licenses intellectual property to partners who are engaged in 26 different gene therapy programs.
The New York Times
· China and the Rhineland Moment →
Gone from this new vision are the platitudes about encouraging China’s “peaceful rise” as a “responsible stakeholder” in a “rules-based order.” Instead, Beijing is described, accurately, as a habitual and aggressive violator of that order — a domestic tyrant, international bully and economic bandit that systematically robs companies of their intellectual property, countries of their sovereign authorities, and its own people of their natural rights.