What are the conditions for an invention to be ‘patentable, Management Information Sys

QUESTION

(a) Who is a ‘whistle blower'?

(b) What are the conditions for an invention to be ‘patentable'?

(c) Can a patent obtained in Mauritius be enforced in another country? Why?

(d) What does the abbreviation CSR mean and how is it important?

(e) What are the components of research misconduct?

(f) Name two potential problems in the ethics of-

  • data gathering
  • data processing
  • reporting findings
  • reviewing
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