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The Protection of Scientific Discovery

Nature volume 113, pages 631632 (03 May 1924) | Download Citation



IN our last issue, we alluded to the extent to which judge-made law had advanced towards conferring protection upon discoveries. We shall now consider at closer quarters the draft convention which was communicated to the League of Nations by its Committee on Intellectual Co-operation.

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