Richard Poynder has emailed me a link from an interview with Richard Jefferson, founder of the Biological Innovation for Open Society (BIOS), an Austrlian initiative on the use of open source licensing and principles in the biological sciences. There is a longer version of the interview available under a Creative Commons licence.

This is an excellent look at the field of biotechnology patents and open access.

Categories: Open science

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jP · September 25, 2006 at 7:07 am

thank-you for the link. i shall read the intro but can not be sure to take in the the full 100 page interview. maybe we could do a wiki summary…?

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