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Louisiana May Soon Repeal Creationism-In-Schools Act Ruled Unconstitutional In 1987
It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday.
Major U.S. Company Makes A Breast Cancer Risk Test Using Once-Patented Genes
Just four months after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled genes can't be patented, Myriad Genetics is seeing some competition.
What’s Next For Gene Patenting?
We take a look at how yesterday's Supreme Court ruling affects risk testing for breast cancer. Plus, this isn't the last word for gene patenting.
U.S. Supreme Court Rules On Gene Patents
Naturally occurring genes cannot be patented, but synthetic ones can.
Should Companies Be Able To Patent Genes?
Opponents to gene patenting have lost their case in courts before, but they're now trying the U.S. Supreme Court.
How the Designer of Apple’s Mouse is Helping 32 Million Americans Sign Up For Healthcare
Ideo, who built Apple's first mouse, is now designing an open-source project to keep the field even for all comers
High Court Rejects Patents on Genes, Sending Breast Cancer Gene Case Back to Square One
Amid all the hype over the federal health care law before the Supreme Court, you might have missed this even...
Yale Law Journal Ponders the Wisdom of IBM Robot Watson as a Judge
The Honorable Justice Watson?
What the Sotomayor Nomination Means for Technology
A dose of tech savvy for the Supreme Court?