Supreme Court conundrum: How far does a soybean seed patent go?

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Though it has received considerably less attention than the Myriad gene patent case, which the Supreme Court is also hearing this term, Bowman v. Monsanto implicates similar big-picture concerns about the scope of patent rights and the impact of those rights on critical research. Whatever you think about genetically modified food, this is a case to watch.

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