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How do patents affect research investments?

How do patents affect research investments?

  Biowebspin, January 30th, 2016 How do patents affect research investments? by Heidi L. Williams, 2017 While patent systems have been widely used both historically and internationally, there is nonetheless a tremendous amount of controversy over whether patent systems – in practice – improve the alignment between private returns and social contributions. In this paper, I describe three parameters... »

Crowdsourcing for translational research: analysis of biomarker expression using cancer microarrays

Crowdsourcing for translational research: analysis of biomarker expression using cancer microarrays

  Biowebspin, December 19th, 2016 Crowdsourcing for translational research: analysis of biomarker expression using cancer microarrays by Jonathan Lawson, Rupesh J Robinson-Vyas, Janette P McQuillan, Andy Paterson, Sarah Christie, Matthew Kidza-Griffiths, Leigh-Anne McDuffus, Karwan A Moutasim, Emily C Shaw, Anne E Kiltie, William J Howat, Andrew M Hanby, Gareth J Thomas and Peter Smittenaar in Bri... »

Crowdfunding FOR MEDICAL CARE: Ethical Issues in an Emerging Health Care Funding Practice.

Crowdfunding FOR MEDICAL CARE: Ethical Issues in an Emerging Health Care Funding Practice.

  Biowebspin, December 07th, 2016 Crowdfunding FOR MEDICAL CARE: Ethical Issues in an Emerging Health Care Funding Practice. by Snyder J, in Hastings Cent Rep, 2016 Crowdfunding websites allow users to post a public appeal for funding for a range of activities, including adoption, travel, research, participation in sports, and many others. One common form of crowdfunding is for expenses related to... »

Valley of death: A proposal to build a “translational bridge” for the next generation

Valley of death: A proposal to build a “translational bridge” for the next generation

  Biowebspin, November 30th, 2016 Valley of death: A proposal to build a “translational bridge” for the next generation by Nao J. Gamoa, Michelle R. Birknowb, Danielle Sullivana, Mari A. Kondoa, Yasue Horiuchia, Takeshi Sakuraic, Barbara S. Slusherd, Akira Sawaa,, in Neuroscience Research, 2016 There is a great need for novel drug discovery for major mental illnesses, but multiple levels of challe... »

Developing Adaptive Capability: The Case of Nottingham’s Nascent Biotechnology Sector

Developing Adaptive Capability: The Case of Nottingham’s Nascent Biotechnology Sector

  Biowebspin, November 25th, 2016 Developing Adaptive Capability: The Case of Nottingham’s Nascent Biotechnology Sector by David Smith, Will Rossiter, Daniel McDonald-Junor & Michael Ehret, 2016 A region’s adaptive capability describes its ability to respond positively to changes and shocks that affect the regional economy over time and take advantage of new and emerging market opportunities f... »

Technology transfer models: typology and a generic model

Technology transfer models: typology and a generic model

  Biowebspin, November 7th, 2016 Technology transfer models: typology and a generic model by Regina Negri Pagani, Gilberto Zammar, João Luiz Kovaleski, Luis Mauricio Resende, in International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation, 2016 The technology transfer (TT) process has been adopted by companies throughout the world. For many companies and countries, the implementation of TT p... »

From Gutenberg to Open Science: An Unfulfilled Odyssey

From Gutenberg to Open Science: An Unfulfilled Odyssey

Biowebspin, October 28th, 2016 From Gutenberg to Open Science: An Unfulfilled Odyssey by Chris R. Triggle, David J. Triggle in Drug development research, 2016 With the almost global availability of the Internet comes the expectation of universal accessibility to knowledge, including scientific knowledge-particularly that generated by public funding. Currently this is not the case. In this Commenta... »

Understanding healthcare innovation systems: the Stockholm region case

Understanding healthcare innovation systems: the Stockholm region case

  Biowebspin, October 25th, 2016 Understanding healthcare innovation systems: the Stockholm region case by Lisa-Marie Larisch, Isis Amer-Wåhlin, Patrik Hidefjäll, in Journal of Health Organization and Management, 2016 Purpose There is an increasing interest in understanding how innovation processes can address current challenges in healthcare. The purpose of this case study was to analyze the wide... »

Collaboration Is Key to Innovation in Biotechnology

Collaboration Is Key to Innovation in Biotechnology

  Biowebspin, October 21th, 2016 Collaboration Is Key to Innovation in Biotechnology by Donald Johnston in Bioprocess International, 2016 A new report from Thomson Reuters shows that innovation in biotechnology declined slightly in 2015, and biotech is the only one of a dozen worldwide industries examined to show that kind of decline (1). To measure innovation, compilers used metrics such as paten... »

Redefining responsible research and innovation for the advancement of biobanking and biomedical research

Redefining responsible research and innovation for the advancement of biobanking and biomedical research

  Biowebspin, October 17th, 2016 Redefining responsible research and innovation for the advancement of biobanking and biomedical research by Helen Yu in J Law Biosci, 2016 One of the core objectives of responsible research and innovation (RRI) is to maximize the value of publicly funded research so that it may be returned to benefit society. However, while RRI encourages innovation through societa... »

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