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Eat or be eaten. Lapsing GMO patents usher in age of open-source biotechnology


March 1, 2015 is a big day.

Monsanto’s glyphosate-resistant soybean seeds will go off patent, meaning that anybody can plant them.
Wasting no time, the University of Arkansas has rolled out UA5414RR, a soybean variety with Monsanto’s legendary Roundup Ready technology built into, on offer without the technology fee attached to the first big commercial GMO, or genetically-modified organism.

Is an age of open-source biotechnology about to begin?

March 1, 2015 is a big day.

Monsanto’s glyphosate-resistant soybean seeds will go off patent, meaning that anybody can plant them.
Wasting no time, the University of Arkansas has rolled out UA5414RR, a soybean variety with Monsanto’s legendary Roundup Ready technology built into, on offer without the technology fee attached to the first big commercial GMO, or genetically-modified organism.

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