Europe's top court bans scientists from stem cell patents, experts say research will ...
There are 2 comments on the Yorkton This Week & Enterprise story from Oct 18, 2011, titled Europe's top court bans scientists from stem cell patents, experts say research will .... In it, Yorkton This Week & Enterprise reports that:
Europe's top court says patents cannot be filed on stem-cell research using cells from human embryos, a move many scientists say will harm future advances in medicine.
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#1 Oct 18, 2011
Europe's top court, the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, said patents cannot be filed on stem-cell research using cells from human embryos. This means researchers and companies would not be interested in pursuing stem-cell research because they would be unable to protect their inventions via patents.
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