Issue 3 of this year's Bio-Science Law Review, published six times a year by Lawtext Publishing, has now come out. It includes the following features:

* "Embryonic Cell Patenting" by Dr Philip M. Webber (Frank B. Dehn & Co);
* "The Right Treatment? A New European Regulatory Regime for Pharmaceuticals" by Isabel Britton and Michael Gavey (Linklaters);
* "From GATT to G.A.T.T. --  50 Years of European Bio-IP", Part I, by Margaret Llewelyn (University of Sheffield).

The BioSLR is always on the look-out for leading edge articles in the field of biscience, particularly from the intellectual property point of view. If you are thinking of submitting an article for publication, contact Nick Gingell.
BIOSCIENCE: LATEST ARTICLES BIOSCIENCE: LATEST ARTICLES Reviewed by Jeremy on Thursday, July 22, 2004 Rating: 5

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