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Should the USPTO Allow the Patenting of Living Organisms?

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Last year, a question was submitted to the GMO advocacy website GMOAnswers about whether or not the USPTO should allow the patenting of living organisms. Under 35 U.S.C. 101, “the laws of nature, physical phenomena, and abstract ideas have been held not patentable.” Therefore the USPTO cannot and does not award patents on living organisms that were merely discovered in nature. However, the U.S. Supreme Court Ruled in Diamond v. Chakrabarty that a “nonnaturally occurring Read More >

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Moms Urged to Subscribe to the ‘Precautionary Principle’ on GMOs

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“Rather than falling for these tactics, women should take a reasoned look at the facts behind biotechnology and the cost and consequences of the policies activists advance.” – Julie Gunlock BIO wanted to bring attention to a wonderful piece in the National Review Online, titled Biotech’s Mommy Issue: Women are targeted by anti-GMO activists but deserve to know the truth. Julie Gunlock notably blogs on how advertisers and marketing experts push the anti-GMO agenda by Read More >

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