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The revolutionary speed of biotech innovations have also exercised a significant impact on the protection of the rights of the human being. Within this framework the volume puts forward a critical analysis of the problems concerning the protection of fundamental rights in the field of biotechnologies with a multidisciplinary and comparative approach.
Drawing on expertise from different disciplines, this volume comprises invited papers and plenary presentations given at the conference entitled 'Biotech Innovation & Fundamental Rights' that took place on Januray 20-21 2011 at the Department of Juridical Sciences of the University of Ferrara. Each contribution covers a different aspect of the legal and scientific issues involved in regulation of biotechnology. In particular the focus of attention has been given to genetic research, genetic data, freedom of scientific research in genetics and biotech patents.