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Iain Thomas (Cambridge Enterprise)
The goals of the public, private and third sector in leveraging intellectual property often differ substantially and this has significant implications for access to technology and creating an equitable society. In addition, real life practices in all of these sectors may not reflect stated goals and policies. This session will examine perspectives on Open IP from industry, NGO and University tech transfer perspectives, taking the University of Cambridge as a key example.
- Stevens, H., Van Overwalle, G., Van Looy, B., & Huys, I. (2016). Intellectual property policies in early-phase research in public–private partnerships. Nature biotechnology, 34(5), 504.
- Hilgartner, S. (2009). Intellectual property and the politics of emerging technology: inventors, citizens, and powers to shape the future. Chi.-Kent L. Rev., 84, 197.
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Open to all. No registration required
Part of Open Intellectual Property Models of Emerging Technologies and Implications for the Equitable Society Research Group Seminar Series
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