Opportunities and challenges for user-generated licensing models in gene-editing

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Opportunities and challenges for user-generated licensing models in gene-editing. / Minssen, Timo; Van Zimmeren, Esther ; Wested, Jakob.

Harvard Law School's Bill of Health blog. 2018Blog post.

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Harvard

Minssen, T, Van Zimmeren, E & Wested, J 2018, Opportunities and challenges for user-generated licensing models in gene-editing. Harvard Law School's Bill of Health blog. <http://blogs.harvard.edu/billofhealth/2018/07/14/could-user-generated-licensing-models-help-us-to-clear-a-path-through-the-crispr-patent-jungle/>

APA

Minssen, T., Van Zimmeren, E., & Wested, J. (2018, jul). Opportunities and challenges for user-generated licensing models in gene-editing. Harvard Law School's Bill of Health blog. http://blogs.harvard.edu/billofhealth/2018/07/14/could-user-generated-licensing-models-help-us-to-clear-a-path-through-the-crispr-patent-jungle/

Vancouver

Minssen T, Van Zimmeren E, Wested J. Opportunities and challenges for user-generated licensing models in gene-editing. 2018.

Author

Minssen, Timo ; Van Zimmeren, Esther ; Wested, Jakob. / Opportunities and challenges for user-generated licensing models in gene-editing. 2018. Harvard Law School's Bill of Health blog.

Bibtex

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