If anyone symbolizes the growing battle over patenting plant life, it’s Palo Alto’s Loren Miller.
Twenty-five years ago, Miller traveled into the Amazon rain forest looking for plants with medicinal value. An Ecuadorean acquaintance gave him a cutting from the ayahuasca vine, and several years later Miller obtained a patent for the plant.
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