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industrial property

(1) Property designed for or used by companies or persons for manufacturing, warehousing, or assemblage of components. (2) In zoning, environmental, and building codes, the term “industrial property”will be defined within the statutes or codes for the specific purposes of those laws.The phrase may include uses not typically considered industrial and may exclude uses normally considered industrial.

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As Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property, Dudas is the lead policy advisor to the Secretary of Commerce, the President and administration agencies on intellectual property matters.
In 2004, the Board on Science Technology and Economic Policy (STEP Board) and the Science, Technology, and Law Program of the National Academies of Sciences convened a committee on Intellectual Property in Genomic and Protein Research and Innovation (the "NAS Committee").
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