Europe Can Do Better on Gene Patenting | GenomeWeb

LONDON - The European Council has identified the biotechnology sector as one of the most promising in terms of economic development and employment. Indeed, current estimates indicate that the European biotechnology market could be worth in excess of €100 billion by 2005. 

 

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