French Parliament scrutinises biotech invention law:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The French bill concerning the protection of biotech inventions, which is intended to at last bring the country's law into line with the EU biotech directive, is now going through parliament. It was adopted by the National Assembly during the first reading on November 29 and now goes to the upper house, the Senate.
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