January 15, 2009
Biotech Seed Companies Thwarting Research
In this week's New York Times, crop scientists are suggesting that biotechnology seed companies are thwarting research.
"The problem, the scientists say, is that farmers and other buyers of genetically engineered seeds have to sign an agreement meant to ensure that growers honor company patent rights and environmental regulations and that agreements also prohibit growing the crops for research purposes."
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It's the biotech companies that are doing the research. Do you have any idea how much a biotech research program costs - millions of dollars. Of course they are not going to give away their intellectual property or sell it without restrictions.
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