Bioethics and the Future of Science

John Harris, Institute for Science, Ethics and Innovation, School of Law, University of Manchester, UK

From 2009 > Fifth World Conference on the Future of Science - The Dna Revolution
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Science expects, and is expected to produce, benefits, and many believe that science ought to produce benefits, that those benefits ought to be made broadly and justly accessible, and that part of the purpose of the Law including the law concerning Intellectual Property Rights (patents and copyright)  is  to  facilitate  this  process.

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