Bronwyn Parry (Geography, Queen Mary, London), Patents and the Challenge of 'Sharewaring' in Post-Genomic Bioscience: The Case of Model Mice

Dr Bronwyn Parry is an economic and cultural geographer whose primary interests lie in investigating the way human-environment relations are being re-cast by technological, economic and regulatory changes. Her special interests include the rise and operation of the life sciences industry, informationalism, the commodification of life forms, posthumanism, bioethics and systems for knowing, disciplining and governing nature.

More from Bronwyn Parry

(2004), Trading the Genome: Investigating the Commodification of Bio-Information, Columbia University Press. @Amazon, @WorldCat.

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