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Protecting Biological Inventions – A Well-defined Issue?

Of the three major sciences – physics, chemistry and biology – the biological sciences are the baby of the family. As such, our understanding of biological systems is less well developed than our understanding of the physical and chemical world around us. Jon Gowshall at Forresters describes how the relationship between science and the law is always a little fraught.
 
 
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