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Intellectual Property And Biological Resources

Perspectives On Contemporary Issues

by Burton Ong

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Published by Times Academic Press,Singapore .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Property, real estate, land & tenancy law,
  • Law,
  • Natural Resources,
  • Intellectual Property - General,
  • Biodiversity conservation,
  • Biotechnology,
  • Intellectual property,
  • Law and legislation

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages448
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9195792M
    ISBN 109812103716
    ISBN 109789812103710

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    Disclaimer. The present online Glossary is an abridged version of document “Glossary of Key Terms Related to Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expressions”. The proposed definitions it contains are not exhaustive or necessarily authoritative; other terms may also be relevant to intellectual property and genetic resources. The concept of traditional resource rights (TRR) reflects the necessity of rethinking the limited and limiting concept of intellectual property rights (IPR). The TRR concept can accommodate a wide range of relevant international agreements as a basis for a sui-generis system of protection for indigenous peoples and their intellectual, natural, and technological resources.

    Abstract. This paper aims to provide a comprehensive background and overview of key issues, debates and positions related to the international regulation and application of intellectual property rights over biological resources, including biotechnology, and the use and protection of the traditional knowledge of indigenous and local : Carolina Lasén Díaz.   Biodiversity, Genetic Resources and Intellectual Property: Developments in Access and Benefit Sharing of Genetic Resources addresses current issues arising from recent developments in the enduring and topical debates about managing genetic resources through the ABS regime. The book explores key historical, doctrinal, and theoretical issues in Cited by: 1.


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This book considers the issue of biodiversity in developing countries in relation to intellectual-property rightsCited by: 3. This book is a comprehensive examination of the key issues, institutions and ideologies in this area, presenting definitions and explanations of the fundamentals of intellectual property rights (IPRs), biogenetic resources and traditional knowledge.

This book documents and evaluates the dramatic expansion of intellectual property law to accommodate various forms of biotechnology from micro-organisms, plants, and animals to human genes and stem by: Biodiversity, Genetic Resources and Intellectual Property: Developments in Access and Benefit Sharing of Genetic Resources addresses current issues arising from recent developments in the enduring and topical debates about managing genetic resources through the ABS regime.

The book explores key historical, doctrinal, and theoretical issues in the field, at the same time. Intellectual property, biogenetic resources and traditional knowledge. A comprehensive volume on the relationships between intellectual property, biogenetic resources as. Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expressions The objective of this booklet is to offer gen - eral and basic information on the interface between intellectual property (IP) and traditional knowledge (TK), traditional cultural expressions (TCEs), and genetic resources (GRs).

Indigenous Knowledge of Biological Resources and Intellectual Property Rights: The Role of Anthropology. Overview This book documents and evaluates the dramatic expansion of intellectual property law to accommodate various forms of biotechnology from micro-organisms, plants, and animals to human genes and stem cells.

It makes a unique theoretical contribution to the controversial public debate over the commercialization of biological : $ Intellectual Property and Biological Resources: Perspectives on contemporary issues E di te by Bur o nO g ISBN: xmm/Paperback/pp Price: SGD$*/USD$ Publication Date: October About the Book This collection of essays was assembled from the contributions of a broad spectrum of commentators with an.

The book focuses on issues related to bioethics, biosafety and intellectual property rights, and is written in an easy-to-understand manner for graduate students and early career researchers interested in the opportunities and challenges associated with advances in biotechnology.

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This book provides a balanced and comprehensive picture of the controversies which have emerged from the use of the intellectual property system in the commercial exploitation. In this book, Matthew Rimmer, director of Higher Degree Research at the Australian National University College of Law and an associate director of the Australian Centre for Intellectual Property in Agriculture, proposes to contribute to the ever prescient and controversial public debate over the commercialisation of biological : Stefan M Miller.

Craig D. () Biological Resources, Intellectual Property Rights and International Human Rights: Impacts on Indigenous and Local Communities. In: Peter W., Onwuekwe C.B. (eds) Accessing and Sharing the Benefits of the Genomics Revolution. The International Library of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Ethics, vol Springer, DordrechtCited by: 2.

This authoritative volume, written by leading legal experts and biological and social scientists from around the world, addresses this question in all of its complexity. The first part of the book 5/5(1). "InPapua New Guinea signed the Convention on Biological Diversity.

When we were planning this seminar in it became clear that many of the requirements for the implementation of the Convention had still not been addressed. Many of the issues surrounding the Convention's implementation-the development of legal and policy frameworks for protection of cultural property.

This publication has been developed as a handbook aimed at better understanding the intellectual property implications of the Convention on Biological Diversity and the Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits arising from their Utilization.

This book documents and evaluates the dramatic expansion of intellectual property law to accommodate various forms of biotechnology from micro-organisms, plants, and animals to human genes and stem cells.

It makes a unique theoretical contribution to the controversial public debate over the commercialisation of biological by:.

Intellectual property shares many of the legal characteristics of tangible property—it can be bought, sold, licensed, exchanged, or given away. Patents are granted by national patent offices for a limited time, usually 20 years, depending on national law.He is the editor of Intellectual Property and Biological Resources () and has an interest in the biodiversity and wildlife laws of the ASEAN member countries.

Reviews " The Handbook of Biodiversity and the Law, edited by Charles R. McManis and Burton Ong, is required reading for lawyers, scholars and policymakers for the most recent.Intellectual Property, Biogenetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge book.

By Graham Dutfield. Edition 1st Edition. Back to book. chapter 5. or if indeed there are any.1 But it normally refers either to the unauthorized extraction of biological resources and/or associated traditional knowledge from developing countries, or to the.