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Should human genes should be patentable? A Yale Law School forum on the merits of open science

Tweet When did the idea of open science capture the imagination of researchers? A seminal moment in the history of open science occurred  in 1982 with the creation of the public GenBank at Los Alamos National Laboratory(LANL).  In 1992, functional management responsibility for the exponentially growing library of genetic sequences  was transferred to the newly [...]

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Sun, March 4 2012 » Uncategorized » No Comments

Should unpublished clinical trial results be open access?

Tweet I know how this appears to be an oxymoron.   Can research not published yet be considered for open access, a term associated with a form of publishing?  Read on….. It’s really a taxpayer access issue.  Imagine you paid for something and  were still waiting more than 30 months to receive it? 50 months?   [...]

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Sun, February 19 2012 » Uncategorized » 2 Comments