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Intellectual Property Rights and Research Tools in Molecular Biology: Summary of a Workshop Held at the National Academy of Sciences, February 15–16, 1996
solutions. Nevertheless, in looking at the history of how our science is developed and how we use the available instruments of intellectual property protection, it would be of interest for many of us to know, even in retrospect, whether placing restraints on information and attempting to exploit our ability to restrict information for the benefit of one party or another actually has any public benefit.
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