Volume 2 Issue 2
1. Role of IPR in Life Science industries.
Author's Name: Riya Gulati, Paralegal at Law Offices of Caro Kinsella, Ireland

Abstract—The rising tide of inventions in life science companies have kindled the need for the protection of high-value intellectual property as there is relatively substantial investment of time, mental labour and economic resources. The protection of IP in life sciences has always been a contentious matter as the inventions impinge on matters pertaining to the ethics, policies, public interest and socio-economic factors. Thence, this paper will illuminate the inter-relationship between the intellectual property rights and life science industries by drawing a nexus between Intellectual Property Rights AND bioinformatics, biotechnology, biopharmaceuticals and nanotechnology. Forbye, it will substantiate why/why not the innovations in life science corporations must be safeguarded.

2.A Control and Communication aspect of Industrial Process Control using Networked Control System.
Author's Name: Ramkumar Prabhu

Abstract—Process control is most important to industrial application which is one of the emerging technologies. In that process control various physical parameters are measured with help of different sensors which are interconnected to the system. This scheme is coming under networked control system category. Networked Control System (NCS) is an emerging technology, having more importance in last few years. This NCS playing vital role in conventional control system as well as merging the control, computation and communication. This paper presents basics of networked control system including the researches are involved. In furthermore this networked control system will improve in future both hypothetical and practical applications.

3.Supramolecular Organogel of Tetrafluoromethylaniline copper (II) nitrate Derivative and its Spectroscopic study.
Author's Name: Rooshan Watanpal

Abstract—Electron-bearing alpha-cyanostyrene removing tetrafluoromethyl groups was produced. Due to the restriction of intramolecular rotations, the alpha-cyanostyrene skeleton supports accumulation improved emission behaviour. Remarkably, similar to its solution state, the cyanostyrenes possessing simple tetrafluoromethyl (CF3) substituents form stable organogels with improved fluorescence emission. In water, via intermolecular H- bonding, π-π stacking, and cyano substituent associations, the CF3 substituted self-assembles to an interconnected fibrous nano/microstructures. Using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), infrared microscopy, the morphological characteristics of the aggregates and the gels were substantiated studied, infrared spectroscopy shows multiple functional groups.