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Intellectual property and intellectual wealth

Intellectual property and intellectual wealth

Bulletin of the Aquaculture Association of Canada 104(2): 44-50

Almost any discussion of aquaculture biotechnology research soon runs into talk about intellectual property (IP). As funding bodies, researchers, and end-users of research talk about IP, a bewildering range of other terms are brought into the mix, from 'discovery' through 'innovation' and on to 'commercialization' and 'transfer' of knowledge, technology, and material. These terms are apparently connected to 'competitiveness', and most recently and more tentatively, 'knowledge management'.

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