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Intellectual Property Management to Support Innovation Systems

Show simple item record Henson Appollonio, Victoria 2012-11-02T16:11:37Z 2012-11-02T16:11:37Z 2012-11-02
dc.description This presentation was given as a talk at the University of Guelph during Open Access Week 2012. It highlights the need for unpublished agricultural research to be managed as intellectual property in order to ensure public access to public goods for innovation. en_US
dc.description.abstract This presentation outlines a project in agriculture to successfully build capacity within CGIAR to document agricultural innovation and add it to the European Patent Office literature in order to ensure intellectual property rights are secured for researchers. Patents cannot be created if research is shared as a public good. Thus agricultural innovation is shared and public en_US
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dc.subject Intellectual Property en_US
dc.subject Intellectual Property Management en_US
dc.subject Agricultural Innovation en_US
dc.subject Public Goods en_US
dc.subject Intellectual Property Rights en_US
dc.subject IP Practitioners en_US
dc.subject Law Student Interns en_US
dc.title Intellectual Property Management to Support Innovation Systems en_US
dc.type Presentation en_US
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