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Monday, November 15, 2021

Free Library of Philly, This Thursday conversation with Jorge Contreras on his new book The Genome Defense

Law professor Jorge Contreras has written a fascinating book, The Genome Defense, about the battles over genetic sequencing patents. I will be in conversation with him about the book and the intellectual property issues he’s researched. the event is free and open to all - register here for the zoom link:


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