February 28, 2009

Genetic Engineering: Innovation and legislative landscape

As I mentioned in the first blog post this year, I am currently writing my master’s thesis together with my colleague Sina Keshavarzi in Indianapolis, USA. We are exploring the biotech sub-market of biofuels where genetic engineering of organisms provides tremendous potential for leverage. As a part of this study, I have today mapped out the innovation and legislative landscape for genetic engineering in a diagram that I thought that I would post here hoping for some feedback on what else to include. Click on it for better resolution. Please let me know what you think!

Tobias Thornblad

The diagram in this blog post is distributed under a Creative Commons (CC) license. This doesn't replace copyright – which remains undivided with Tobias Thornblad – but it makes the terms more flexible. Anyone is free to download the the diagram; share it with friends; republish or embed it on their website or blog. But this use must be made within the terms of the CC license "Attribution – NonCommercial – NonDerivative."

This Creative Commons license allows you to reproduce, distribute, display or perform publicly the diagram as long as you follow these guidelines:
Attribution: you reference explicitly Tobias Thornblad (Intangitopia) as the original source of the material.
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