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PARTNERYOURANTIBODIES, a crowdsourcing program of Bayer to foster collaborations on antibodies with academics and Biotech

In the framework of its “PartnerYourAntibodies” program, Bayer is looking for novel antibody and antibody derivative candidates for a potential new drug development. Bayer’s R&D team is particularly interested by novel antibodies in the fields of oncology, cardiology, haematology, ophthalmology as well as gynaecology that are addressing a specific target or pathway in a selective manner (funct... »

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The effect of patent litigation and patent assertion entities on entrepreneurial activity

  Biowebspin, October 28th, 2015 The effect of patent litigation and patent assertion entities on entrepreneurial activity by Stephen Kiebzak, Greg Rafert, Catherine E. Tucker, in Research Policy, 2016 This paper empirically investigates the statistical relationship between levels of patent litigation and venture capital investment in the U.S. We find that VC investment, a major funding source for... »

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What innovative business models can be triggered by precision medicine? Analogical reasoning from the magazine industry

  Biowebspin, October 27th, 2015 What innovative business models can be triggered by precision medicine? Analogical reasoning from the magazine industry by Neva Bojovic, Valérie Sabatier, Stephane Rouault in Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Health, 2015 Presently, the health care industry is facing many technological and organizational challenges, and the emergence of precision medicine is bring... »

Start-ups: How to be an entrepreneur scientist

Start-ups: How to be an entrepreneur scientist

  Biowebspin, October 21st, 2015 Start-ups: How to be an entrepreneur scientist by Ai Lin Chun, in Nature Nanotechnology, 2015 High-tech industries — such as nanotechnology, biotechnology and robotics — are driving global knowledge-based economies, and universities around the world are increasingly focused on building an entrepreneurial culture, optimizing licensing strategies, forming academia–in... »

The implementation of Open Innovation: A case study of managerial levels in a centenary public research institute

The implementation of Open Innovation: A case study of managerial levels in a centenary public research institute

  Biowebspin, October 06 th, 2015 The implementation of Open Innovation: A case study of managerial levels in a centenary public research institute by Teixeira, Luciana A.C. ; Sbragia, Roberto ; Nascimento, Paulo T.S., 2015 Despite there is more than ten years since the Open Innovation concept was presented for the first time, companies still demonstrate some difficulties in its implementation. Th... »

Innovation capacity in the healthcare sector and historical anchors: examples from the UK, Switzerland and the US

Innovation capacity in the healthcare sector and historical anchors: examples from the UK, Switzerland and the US

  Biowebspin, October 08th, 2015 Innovation capacity in the healthcare sector and historical anchors: examples from the UK, Switzerland and the US by Helen Lawton Smith, Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen, Laurel Edmunds, in The Journal of Technology Transfer, 2015 Innovation is an integral part of economic development in developed economies. In the post 2008 period, a key policy agenda is that of sustainable ... »