Can We Patent Life?

“Can We Patent Life?” By Michael Specter, The New Yorker.

On April 12, 1955, Jonas Salk, who had recently invented the polio vaccine, appeared on the television news show “See It Now” to discuss its impact on American society. Before the vaccine became available, dread of polio was almost as widespread as the disease itself. . . . → Read More: Can We Patent Life?