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Articles covering seed-related Intellectual Property Protection
 
Global Patent Rights and Patent Wrongs?
ISB News Report (April 2010)

Changing the rules of the game: addressing the conflict between free access to scientific discovery and intellectual property rights
Nature Biotechnology 28, 137 - 140 (February 2010) doi:10.1038/nbt0210-137
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Royalties: a taxing problem for plant breeders
Chris Green, Green Associates (May 2009)

The phantom menace of gene patents
Sibylle Gaisser, Michael M. Hopkins, Kathleen Liddell, Eleni Zika & Dolores Ibarreta
Nature 458, 407-408 (26 March 2009) | doi:10.1038/458407a (March 2009)

La innovación y la propiedad intelectual
Leopoldo Sánchez Grunert, Director Nacional, Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias (INIA), Chile
INIA Chile - Tierra adentro No. 82 (Jan 09)

Is it time to rethink intellectual property laws?

¿Hora de reconsiderar leyes de propiedad intelectual?

David Dickson, Director, SciDev.Net (Jan 09)

Biotechnologies and intellectual property : some aspects of a the relationship between the two of them
Anthony Bochon,Droit & Technologies

Rights for farmers or farmers' rights? (December 2006)
François Burgaud, Director, External Relations, GNIS

Protecting Intellectual Property
Farm-saved seed inhibits innovation – and is increasing. The seed industry must find ways of protecting its investment.
Stephanie Fehr - Seed World, (November 06)

Reflections on the first meeting of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture
Dr. Emile Frison, Director General, International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI), (Sept 2006)

International patent behavior of nine major agricultural biotechnology firms (June 06)

Impacts of Strengthened Intellectual Property Rights Regimes on the Plant Breeding Industry in Developing Countries
N.P. Louwaars, R. Tripp, D. Eaton, V. Henson-Apollonio, R. Hu, M. Mendoza, F. Muhhuku, S. Pal & J. Wekundah
Wageningen University (May 05)

Making sense of patent rules for plant varieties
(November 04)

Plants and Intellectual Property: An International Appraisal
(November 04)

Plant patents: public interest versus private profit - University of California Davis helps author initiative to ensure access to patented technologies
(September 03)

Africa
 
Plant Variety Protection for Southern Africa: Progress and Pitfalls (July 2007)
Dr. Wynand J. van der Walt, Senior Partner, FoodNCropBio Consulting and Facilitation Services

Strengthening Africa’s private seed sector to serve smallholder farmers (July 2006)
Dr. Edward Mabaya, Research Associate, Department of Applied Economics and Management (AEM), Cornell University

Intellectual Property and the traditional knowledge conundrum (June 2005)
Dr. Wynand J. van der Walt, Senior Partner, FoodNCropBio Consulting and Facilitation Services

Asia/Pacific Transgenic crops and IP rights (India)
Manoj Kumar Singh, International Law Office (December 2010)

Harmonization of seed regulations will promote the seed industry in the Asia/Pacific region
Dr. Jagveer S. Sindhu - Director, The Asia and Pacific Seed Association (March 2006)

Maximising the Benefits of Intellectual Property for the Australian Horticultural Industry
University of Queensland (November 07)

Europe The future of biotechnology patents in the European Union
The Potential Impact of Monsanto Technology LLC v. Cefetra et al. on Patent Infringement
Richard Peet, Vid Mohan-Ram, and Philippe Vlaemminck
Intellectual Property Watch - August 2010

Time for rethink on plant breeders' rights
CropWorld 2010 Preview via BIPO Ltd (October 2010)

New royalty scheme gets under way
Louise Impey, FWi via BIPO Ltd (September 2010)

Protecting Intellectual Property: Anti Infrigement Bureau offers a helping hand
Monique Krinkels, Prophyta (May 2010)

Royalties: a taxing problem for plant breeders
Chris Green, Green Associates (May 2009)

The phantom menace of gene patents
Sibylle Gaisser, Michael M. Hopkins, Kathleen Liddell, Eleni Zika & Dolores Ibarreta
Nature 458, 407-408 (26 March 2009) | doi:10.1038/458407a (March 2009)

Evaluation of the European legislation governing the marketing of seeds and plant propagating material within the European Union
European Commission (February 08)

Plant Variety Protection in the European Community: a 10-year review (February 2006)
Bart Kiewiet, President, Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO)

Latin America La innovación y la propiedad intelectual
Leopoldo Sánchez Grunert, Director Nacional, Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias (INIA), Chile
INIA Chile - Tierra adentro No. 82 (Jan 09)

IP management in the development of a medium-sized Argentinean seed company
presented by Oscar Agustín Domingo, Director, Relmó at the WIPO-UPOV Symposium on Intellectual Property in Plant Biotechnology held on October 24, 2004

USA Changes to United States Patent Law enacted on September 16, 2011 - America Invents Act
Robert Jondle Ph.D., Esq., Jondle & Associates P.C. (September 2011)

Patent Rights and Patent Wrongs?
ISB News Report (April 2010)

Patent battles on and off the court
ISB News Report (December 2007)

Protecting Intellectual Property
Farm-saved seed inhibits innovation – and is increasing. The seed industry must find ways of protecting its investment.
A November 2006 Seed World article by Stephanie Fehr

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