Proceedings Showcase Best Practices for Sustaining Public Plant Breeding

How can public plant breeding programs reap royalties and research investments while keeping their cultivars in the public domain? This is one of the challenges addressed at the Intellectual Property Rights for Public Plant Breeding Summit, the proceedings of which were released by the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.

The two-day event was held in conjunction with the National Association of Plant Breeders’ annual meeting in Raleigh, NC, in the fall of 2016, providing participants an opportunity to identify best practices and effective models for intellectual property rights (IPR) used by plant breeders in the public sector.

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