Jack Ellis is a journalist and editor who has written extensively on technology, investment, and innovation-related issues.
From 2014 to 2016, Jack was the Asia-Pacific editor of IAM, responsible for news reporting throughout the region. He has also worked in a number of editorial and research roles covering intellectual property, start-ups, venture capital, and the non-profit sector.
Jack holds a degree from the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom.
Countries that want to build an innovation driven knowledge-economy should embrace patent linkage, writes Jack Ellis
Without regulatory data protection, there will be less investment in developing the ground-breaking biomedical treatments of tomorrow.
Understanding how exactly these structurally similar molecules work on the human body requires significant investments of time, money and expertise, write Jack Ellis and Philip Stevens.
Patents are necessary to incentivise research into this vital area of medicine, write Philip Stevens and Jack Ellis
Combining different drugs into a single pill can have enormous therapeutic benefits but research and development is difficult and costly, write Philip Stevens and Jack Ellis