Patents?

Ding Ming ming at ZEUS.VETSCI.WISC.EDU
Sat Oct 12 13:35:28 EST 1991


About the patents discussion:

 1) Have somebody patented this compund: H20, commonly called water?
    I have used a lots of this compound in my research and I'm 
    worried to be sued for use without permission.

 2) Could I patent myself? I think that my genome is inedited and
    someday would be productive...

Sorry, I work on science...

jeckel
Institute for Medical Science of Aging
Japan


Dear Jeckel,

The claim you work on science doesn't mean you do not eat and sleep, 
as far as I know, the food and shelter are as important to you as to 
me. What I am trying to clarify here is the fact that patent is a 
reality in science today(probablly not tomrrow) and we have to deal 
with it anyway, any of satire and ironical remarks doesn't help at 
all to this discussion.

-=ding=-



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