Clean Room Design
Clean-room design is the method of copying a design by reverse engineering and then recreating it without infringing any of the copyrights associated with the original design. Clean-room design is useful as a defense against copyright infringement because it relies on independent invention. However, because independent invention is not a defense against patents, clean-room designs typically cannot be used to circumvent patent restrictions.
The term implies that the design team works in an environment that is "clean" or demonstrably uncontaminated by any knowledge of the proprietary techniques used by the competitor.
Typically, a clean-room design is done by having someone examine the system to be reimplemented and having this person write a specification. This specification is then reviewed by a lawyer to ensure that no copyrighted material is included. The specification is then implemented by a team with no connection to the original examiners
The design of laboratory programs is a systematic project involving a large number of specialties. The program design is a creative planning phase and needs to combine the infrastructure and basic conditions such as construction, safety, environmental protection, climate, and local laws and regulations to outline the laboratory’s The overall layout, distribution of people and logistics, for the owner to choose the most appropriate program.