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Patents were meant to reward inventions. It's time to talk about how they might not

By Rebecca Giblin, ARC Future Fellow; Professor; Director, Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia, The University of Melbourne
Anders Furze, Research Assistant, Melbourne Law School, The University of Melbourne
Kimberlee Weatherall, Professor of Law, University of Sydney
From diseases to climate change, we need new solutions more than ever – yet patents may be slowing us down. For example, there is growing evidence new drug development speeds up once patents expire.The Conversation

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