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German Nonprofit Creates New Open Source License for Seeds

We know about open-source software and hardware, but can the concept -- decentralized development and open collaboration for the common good -- be expanded to address other global challenges? The nonprofit OpenSourceSeeds based in the German town of Marburg has just launched a licensing process for open-source seeds, to create a new repository of genetic material that can be accessed by farmers around the world, in perpetuity.  Read more.

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