Patent and Place: Intellectual Property and Site-Specificity
- Author(s): Hindle, Richard L
- et al.
Among the more than 9 million U.S. patents granted since the Patent Act of 1790, a representational anomaly exists in which intellectual property and place converge in an evocative yet confounding hybrid at the interstices of technology and environment.
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