Limits of Patentability: Plant Sciences, Stem Cells and Nucleic Acids (SpringerBriefs in Biotech Patents)

SpringerBriefs in Biotech Patents presents timely reports on intellectual properties (IP) issues and patent aspects in the field of biotechnology. In this volume the limits of patentability are addressed, a question that is often raised when it comes to b

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  1. Very poorly written with little content This review is based on the chapter on gene patents, which is the only one that I read. Each chapter was written by different authors, so your mileage may vary with the other topics discussed.This is a terrible, terrible “book”.The first thing you’ll want to check out is the page count. At just under 50 not-very-dense pages, you aren’t getting very much content for your coin. The book also lacks proofreading and was clearly not written by native English speakers. The…

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