3 edition of Biotechnology IP & ethics found in the catalog.
Biotechnology IP & ethics
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Biotechnology IP and ethics, Biotechnology intellectual property and ethics|
|Statement||[edited by] E. Richard Gold, Bartha Maria Knoppers.|
|Contributions||Gold, E. Richard., Knoppers, Bartha Maria.|
|LC Classifications||K1519.B54 B565 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 305 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||305|
|LC Control Number||2009288557|
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The strong growth of the biotechnology industry in recent years has been mirrored by a higher than average growth rate for patent applications and patent grants that relate to biotechnology inventions.
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With contributions from authors of many different viewpoints, the subject is given a thorough and balanced treatment. Intellectual Property and Bioethics – An Overview Consultation Draft Life Sciences Series 1. CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 2 biotechnology and IP, but presents a way of clarifying the Ethics is the discipline concerned with what is good or bad, right or wrong.
It has theoretical. Enzymes are proteins that catalyze (cause a change in) specific biochemical reactions in cells.
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BIOTECH ETHICSIn the seventeenth century the philosophers Francis Bacon (–) and René Descartes (–) advocated a new way of doing science that would have the power to conquer nature for human benefit.
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There are several forms of intellectual property protection, and they are outlined in Chapter 17 of this volume. There continues to be much controversy regarding the patenting of plants and animals, and of genetic.
PATENTING LIFE: BIOTECHNOLOGY, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, AND ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS Ned Hettinger* I. INTRODUCTION Human beings must determine an appropriate relationship to the earth and live accordingly.
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