Shellfish Patents Krill Experimentation: Defences for Sharing Patented Aquatic Genetic Materials in Aquaculture
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Aquaculture is an emerging field for patents. Defences, however, are a significantly underutilised tool for equitably sharing patented aquatic genetic materials for experimentation and breeding of improved aquatic strains. This article maps the defence landscape, navigates the tensions and gives an insight into how defences can resolve difficulties posed by aquatic genetic materials’ self-replicating and multi-jurisdictional nature.
European Intellectual Property Review
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Intellectual Property Law