Mario Biagioli (2009), Nature and the Commons: The Vegetable Roots of Intellectual Property, in Living Properties: Making Knowledge and Controlling Ownership in the History of Biology (Ed.) Jean-Paul Gaudillière, Daniel J. Kevles, Hans-Jörg Rheinberger Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Preprint 382 pp.241-250.
Mario Biagioli (2007), Bringing Peer Review to Patents, First Monday 12 (6) Special issue on Cyberinfrastructure for Collaboration and Innovation.
Mario Biagioli (2006), Patent Republic: Representing Inventions, Constructing Rights and Authors, Social Research. 73: 1129-1172.
Mario Biagioli (2006), From Print to Patents: Living on Instruments in Early Modern Europe, 1500-1800", History of Science 44:139-86.
Mario Biagioli (2006), Early Modern Instruments Patents Database, 1500-1800: An appendix to From Print to Patents: Living on Instruments in Early Modern Europe, History of Science 44 (2006): 139-186.
Mario Biagioli (2006), "Documents of Documents: Scientists' Names and Scientific Claims," in Documents: Artifacts of Modern Knowledge (Ed.) Annelise Riles Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press pp. 129-156.
Mario Biagioli (2005), "Galileo's Travelling Circus of Science," in Making Things Public (Ed.) Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel. Cambridge: MIT Press pp.460-471.
Mario Biagioli (2000), "Rights or Rewards? Changing Context and Definitions of Scientific Authorship", Journal of College and University Law 27 (1): 83-108.
Mario Biagioli (2000), "Replication or Monopoly? The Economies of Invention and Discovery in Galileo's Observations", Science in Context 13 (3/4): 547-590.
Mario Biagioli (1998), "The Instability of Authorship: Credit and Responsibility in Contemporary Biomedicine," The FASEB Journal 12 (1): 3-16.
Jane Calvert (2008), The Commodification of Emergence: Systems Biology, Synthetic Biology and Intellectual Property, BioSocieties, 3:383-398.
Berris Charnley (2013) "Experiments in empire-building: Mendelian genetics as a national, imperial, and global agricultural enterprise", Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science: Part A. 44(2): 292–300. Author's pre-print.
Berris Charnley (2013) with Gregory Radick, "Intellectual Property, Plant Breeding and the Making of Mendelian Genetics", Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science: Part A. 44(2): 222-233. Author's pre-print.
Berris Charnley (2013) "Seeds Without Patents: Science and Morality in British Plant Breeding in the Long Nineteenth-Century", Revue Economique, 64: 69-88. Author's pre-print.
Berris Charnley (2012), "Agricultural Science and the Emergence of a Mendelian System in Britain 1880-1930". Unpublished PhD thesis. University of Leeds.
Berris Charnley (2012) with Sabina Leonelli, Alex Webb, and Ruth Bastow, "Under one leaf: an historical perspective on the UK Plant Science Federation", New Phytologist, 195: 10-13.
Berris Charnley (2008) with Gregory Radick, Plant Breeding and Intellectual Property Before and After the Rise of Mendelism: The Case of Britain, presented at the Living Properties Workshop, MPIWG.
Graham Dutfield (2006), DNA Patenting: Implications for Public Health Research, Bulletin of the World Health Organization.
Graham Dutfield (27 April, 2006), Interview with Graham Dutfield, Queen Mary College of the University of London, Intellectual Property Watch.
Graham Dutfield (2006), Protecting Traditional Knowledge: Pathways to the Future, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development.
Graham Dutfield (2003), Protecting Traditional Knowledge and Folklore, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development.
Graham Dutfield (2003), Bioprospecting: Legitimate Research or 'Biopiracy'?, International Trade & Sustainable Development Series, Science and Development Network News.
Graham Dutfield (1999), Sharing the Benefits of Biodiversity: Access Regimes and Intellectual Property Rights, Technology and Development Discussion Paper No. 6, Center for International Development and Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA.
Daniel J. Kevles (2013), The Genes You Can't Patent, [Author's pre-print] The New York Review of Books, September 26th.
Daniel J. Kevles (2013), Can They Patent Your Genes?, The New York Review of Books, March 7th.
Daniel J. Kevles (2011), Cultivating Art, Smithsonian, 42:76-82.
Daniel J. Kevles (2007), Patents, Protections, and Privileges: The Establishment of Intellectual Property in Animals and Plants, Isis, 98:323-331.
Daniel J. Kevles (2002), A History of Patenting Life in the United States with Comparative Attention to Europe and Canada, European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies to the European Commission.
Daniel J. Kevles (2001), Patenting Life: A Historical Overview of Law, Interests, and Ethics, Prepared for the Legal Theory Workshop Yale Law School, 20 December.
Daniel J. Kevles (1995), with Gerald L. Geison, The Experimental Life Sciences in the Twentieth Century, Osiris, 2:10, 97-121.
Shobita Parthasarathy (2010), Assessing the Social Impact of Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing: Understanding Sociotechnical Architectures, Genetics in Medicine, Vol. 12, No. 9.
Shobita Parthasarathy (2010), Breaking the Expertise Barrier: Understanding Activist Strategies in Science and Technology Policy Domains, Science and Public Policy, 37:5, 355-367.
Shobita Parthasarathy (2005), The Patent is Political: The Consequences of Patenting the BRCA Genes in Britain, Community Genetics Supplement, 8:235-242.
Aurora Plomer (2010), Stem Cell Patents in a Global Economy: The Legal Challenges, Stanford Journal of Law, Science and Policy, 3:5-15.
Alain Pottage and Brad Sherman (2007), Organisms and Manufactures: on the History of Plant Inventions, Melbourne University Law Review, 31:2, 539-568.
Dwijen Rangnekar (2004), Can TRIPs Deter Innovation? The Anticommons and Public Goods in Agricultural Research, Paper for the Second International Workshop on 'Governance of biodiversity as a global public good: bioprospection, intellectual property rights and traditional knowledge'.
Dwijen Rangnekar (2004), The Socio-Economics of Geographical Indications, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development.
Dwijen Rangnekar (2002), Geographical Indications: A Review of Proposals at the TRIPS Council, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development.
Dwijen Rangnekar (2000), Intellectual Property Rights and Agirculture: An Analysis of the Economic Impact of Plant Breeders' Rights, Prepared for Actionaid, UK.
Hans-Jörg Rheinberger, Staffan Müller-Wille and John Dupré (2008), A Cultural History of Heredity IV: Heredity in the Century of the Gene, Berlin, MPIWG Preprint 343.
Hans-Jörg Rheinberger and Staffan Müller-Wille (2005), A Cultural History of Heredity III: 19th and Early 20th Centuries, Berlin, MPIWG Preprint 294.
Hans-Jörg Rheinberger and Staffan Müller-Wille (2003), A Cultural History of Heredity II: 18th and 19th Centuries, Berlin, MPIWG Preprint 247.
Hans-Jörg Rheinberger, Staffan Müller-Wille and Peter McLaughlin (2002), A Cultural History of Heredity I: 17th and 18th Centuries, Berlin, MPIWG Preprint 222.
Ingrid Schneider (2003), Biobanken im Spannungsfeld zwischen Gemeinwohl und Partikularen Interessen, Stabsabteilung Bio- und Gentechnologi, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.
Krishna Ravi Srinivas (2010), Technology Transfer and IPRs, Seminar, No. 606: 23-26.
Krishna Ravi Srinivas (2009), Climate Change, Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property Rights, RIS Discussion Paper Series, RIS-DP Number 153.
Krishna Ravi Srinivas (2008), Traditional Knowledge and Intellectual Property Rights: A Note on Issues, Some Solutions and Some Suggestions, Asian Journal of WTO & International Health Law and Policy, 3:1, 81-120.
Krishna Ravi Srinivas (2007), Intellectual Property Rights and Traditional Knowledge: The Case of Yoga, Economic & Political Weekly, 47:27-28, 2866-2871.
Krishna Ravi Srinivas (2006), TRIPS, Access to Medicines and Developing Nations: Towards an Open Source Solution, Working Paper Series.
Krishna Ravi Srinivas (2006), Test Data Protection, Data Exclusivity and TRIPS: What Options for India, Working Paper Series.
Krishna Ravi Srinivas (2006), Intellectual Property Rights and Bio Commons: Open Source And Beyond, International Social Science Journal (ISSJ), 58:188, 319-334
Krishna Ravi Srinivas (2003), Interpreting Para 6 Deal on Patents and Access to Drugs, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 38, No. 38.
Kara W. Swanson (2009), The Emergence of the Professional Patent Practitioner, Technology and Culture, 50:519-548.
Kara W. Swanson (2007), Biotech in Court: A Legal Lesson on the Unity of Science, Social Studies of Science, 37:3, 357-384.
Mario Biagioli, Peter Jaszi and Martha Woodmansee (2011), Making and Unmaking Intellectual Property: Creative Production in Legal and Cultural Perspective, Chicago University Press. @Amazon, @WorldCat.
Mario Biagioli (2006), Galileo's Instruments of Credit: Telescopes, Images, Secrecy, Chicago University Press. @Amazon, @WorldCat.
Mario Biagioli and Peter Galison (2003), Scientific Authorship: Credit and Intellectual Property in Science, Routledge. @Amazon, @WorldCat.
Berris Charnley (2013) "Mendelism in British Agricultural Science, 1900-1930: 'Systematised plant breeding'", in Graham Dutfield and Stathis Arapostathis (eds.), Knowledge Management and Intellectual Property: Concepts, Actors and Practices from the Past to Present, pp. 200-215. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar.@Amazon, @WorldCat.
Graham Dutfield (2004), Intellectual Property, Biogenetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge, Earthscan Publications. @Amazon, @WorldCat.
Graham Dutfield (2003), Intellectual Property Rights and the Life Science Industries: a Twentieth Century History, Ashgate. @Amazon, @WorldCat.
Graham Dutfield (2000), Intellectual Property Rights, Trade and Biodiversity, Earthscan Publications. @Amazon, @WorldCat.
Jean-Paul Gaudillière and Ilana Löwry, eds., (2001), Heredity and Infection: The History of Disease Transmission, Routledge. @Amazon, @WorldCat.
Nadja K. Kanellopoulou (2011), Reciprocity, Trust, and Public Interest in Research Biobanking: in Search for a Balance, in Christian Lenk, Nils Hoppe, Katharina Beier, and Claudia Wiesemann, eds., Human Tissue Research: A European Perspective on the Ethical and Legal Challenges, Oxford University Press. @Amazon, @WorldCat.
Hyo Yoon Kang (2007), Identifying John Moore: Narratives of Persona in Patent Law Relating to Inventions of Human Origin, in Peter E. Glasner, Paul Atkinson and Helen Greenslade, eds., New Genetics, New Social Formations, Taylor and Francis. @Amazon, @WorldCat.
Daniel J. Kevles (2002), The Advent of Animal Patents: Innovation and Controversy in the Engineering of Life, in Max Frederick Rothschild, Scott Newman, eds., Intellectual Property Rights in Animal Breeding and Genetics, pp. 17-31, CABI. @Amazon, @WorldCat.
Daniel J. Kevles and Leroy Hood (1992), The Code of Codes: Scientific and Social Issues in the Human Genome Project, Harvard University Press. @Amazon, @WorldCat.
Daniel J. Kevles (1985), In the Name of Eugenics: Genetics and the Uses of Human Heredity, Knopf. @Amazon, @WorldCat.
Shobita Parthasarathy (2007), Building Genetic Medicine: Breast Cancer, Technology, and the Comparative Politics of Health Care, MIT Press. @Amazon, @WorldCat.
Shobita Parthasarathy (2006), Reconceptualizing Technology Transfer: The Challenge of Building an International System of Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer, in David H. Guston and Daniel Sarewitz, eds., Shaping Science and Technology Policy: The Next Generation of Research, University of Wisconsin Press. @Amazon, @WorldCat.
Aurora Plomer (2010), Embryonic Stem Cell Patents: European Patent Law and Ethics, Oxford University Press. @Amazon, @WorldCat. An OUP flyer for this book can be downloaded here.
Alain Pottage and Brad Sherman (2010), Figures of Invention: A History of Modern Patent Law, Oxford University Press. @Amazon, @WorldCat.
Alain Pottage (2009), Protocell Patents: Property Between Modularity and Emergence, in Mark Bedau and Emily C. Parke, eds. The Ethics of Protocells: Moral and Social Implications of Creating Life in the Laboratory, MIT Press. @Amazon, @WorldCat.
Katerina Sideri (2014), Bioproperty, Biomedicine and Deliberative Governance Patents as Discourse on Life, Ashgate. @Amazon @WorldCat.
Berris Charnley (2010), IP, Genetics and Plant Breeding in Britain, 1880-1930. Selected bibliography from the forthcoming thesis, Agricultural Science and the Emergence of a Mendelian System in Britain 1880-1930.
Graham Dutfield and Muriel Lightbourne, Assessing the Economic Implications of Different Models for Implementing the Requirement to Protect Plant Varieties: Literature Review and Commentary on Legal Regimes and Models for Protecting Plant Varieties. Produced with support of the European Commission's 6th Framework Programme for Research as part of the project "Impacts of the IPR Rules on Sustainable Development" (IPDEV).
Dwijen Rangnekar, Assessing the Economic Implications of Different Models for Implementing the Requirement to Protect Plant Varieties: Review of the Economic Literature on Plant Breeders' Rights. A report prepared under the European Commission's 6th Framework Programme for Research as part of the Project "Impacts of the IPR Rules on Sustainable Development" (IPDEV).