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by Alison McLennan,Matthew Rimmer

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Alison McLennan,Matthew Rimmer
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Edward Elgar Pub (March 31, 2012)
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Series: Queen Mary Studies in Intellectual Property.

Series: Queen Mary Studies in Intellectual Property. Hardcover: 512 pages. Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub (March 31, 2012).

Title: Intellectual Property and Emerging. Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub. Publication Date: 2012. Book Condition: New. About this title. Synopsis: This unique and comprehensive collection investigates the challenges posed to intellectual property by recent paradigm shifts in biology. It also considers Big Science projects - such as biobanks, the 1000 Genomes Project, and the Doomsday Vault.

Rimmer and McLennan(p. 14) analyzed the challenges in intellectual property by exploring the legal aspects of the following emerging technologies:. Effect of Distance on Open Innovation: Differences among Institutions According to Patent Citation and Reference.

Matthew Rimmer, Alison McLennan. This unique and comprehensive collection investigates the challenges posed to intellectual property by recent paradigm shifts in biology.

the challenges posed to intellectual property by recent paradigm shifts in biology.

This unique and comprehensive collection investigates the challenges posed to intellectual property by recent paradigm shifts in biology.

Introduction: Inventing Life: Intellectual Property and the New Biology Alison McLennan and Matthew Rimmer. PART I: A HISTORY OF BIODISCOVERY 1. Of Plants, Pills and Patents: Circulating Knowledge Eva Hemmungs Wirtén. PART II: MEDICINE, BIOTECHNOLOGY AND GENOMICS 2. Bilski v. Kappos and Biotechnology Patents: Back to the Future? Yann Joly and Francis Hemmings. 3. The Current State of Patent Eligibility of Medical and Biotechnology Inventions in the United States Joshua D. Sarnoff.

Rimmer is the author of Intellectual Property and Biotechnology: Biological Inventions (Edward Elgar, 2008)

Rimmer is the author of Intellectual Property and Biotechnology: Biological Inventions (Edward Elgar, 2008). This book documents and evaluates the dramatic expansion of intellectual property law to accommodate various forms of biotechnology from micro-organisms, plants, and animals to human genes and stem cells. It makes a unique theoretical contribution to the controversial public debate over the commercialisation of biological inventions.

Queen Mary Studies in Intellectual Property.

These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. In: Rimmer M, McLennan A (eds) Intellectual property and emerging technologies: the new biology. Queen Mary Studies in Intellectual Property. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp 133–157Google Scholar.

This book documents and evaluates the dramatic expansion of intellectual property law to accommodate various forms of biotechnology from micro-organisms, plants, and animals to human genes and stem cells. The author also considers the contradictions between the Supreme Court of Canada rulings in respect of the Harvard Oncomouse, and genetically modified canola

This unique and comprehensive collection investigates the challenges posed to intellectual property by recent paradigm shifts in biology. It explores the legal ramifications of emerging technologies, such as genomics, synthetic biology, stem cell research, nanotechnology, and biodiscovery.

Extensive contributions examine recent controversial court decisions in patent law - such as Bilski v. Kappos, and the litigation over Myriad's patents in respect of BRCA1 and BRCA2 - while other papers explore sui generis fields, such as access to genetic resources, plant breeders' rights, and traditional knowledge. The collection considers the potential and the risks of the new biology for global challenges - such as access to health-care, the protection of the environment and biodiversity, climate change, and food security. It also considers Big Science projects - such as biobanks, the 1000 Genomes Project, and the Doomsday Vault. The inter-disciplinary research brings together the work of scholars from Australia, Canada, Europe, the UK, and the US and involves not only legal analysis of case law and policy developments, but also historical, comparative, sociological, and ethical methodologies.

Intellectual Property and Emerging Technologies will appeal to policy makers, legal practitioners, business managers, inventors, scientists, and researchers.

Contributors include: A. Agovic, A. Bostanci, J. Calvert, G. Dutfield, D.M. Gitter, R. Gold, F. Hemmings, E. Hemmungs Wirten, S. Holcombe, T. Janke, P.-B. Joly, Y. Joly, A. McLennan, D. Nicol, M. Rimmer, J.D. Sarnoff