Scientific Authorship: Credit and Intellectual Property in Science
Mario Biagioli, Peter Galison
Psychology Press, 2003 - Law - 384 pages
How do we decide whether a chemical compound is discovered or invented? What does it mean to patent genetic material? Documenting the emergence of authorship, authorship's limits and its fragmentation, "Scientific Authorship" offers a collective history of a complex relationship.
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