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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... »

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