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Bioprospecting: Beyond Intellectual Property Rights - the Indigenous Challenge

Since colonisation began, researchers have taken biological samples from their country of origin. For example Sir Walter Raleigh and Charles Darwin's expeditions involved the collection of animals, plants and minerals from newly discovered colonies.

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By Dr Hayley French, Department of Intellectual Property, and Helen Cline, Solicitor, at Taylor Wessing


Dr Hayley French works in the Intellectual Property Department of the London office of Taylor Wessing. She advises clients from the university, biotechnology and pharmaceutical sectors on IP and technology licensing and related commercial matters.

Following a BSc and a PhD in Microbiology, Dr French obtained an MSc in the management of intellectual property from Queen Mary and Westfield College, London. She was previously Head of Commercial Legal Affairs at the Centre for Applied Microbiology and Research (CAMR).

Helen Cline is a solicitor in the Intellectual Property Department of Taylor Wessing. She has a particular focus on IP-related issues in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors.

Helen has a degree in Genetics from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland and a Masters in Law and Science from the University of London.


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