jun 5, 2018: 11 a.m. - middag
Room 252AB, Level 2
The past decade has seen a revolution in the way we drive science, tackle R&D bottlenecks and deliver breakthroughs – giving rise to large-scale public-private partnerships (PPPs) tackling major global health challenges. PPPs have made a name for themselves in the open innovation landscape, translating research results and scientific knowledge into transformative outcomes.
Looking to the future of public-private collaborations, the spotlight shifts towards open science. PPPs now face a tremendous opportunity, but will they be able to ride the momentum? This session will address the need for a FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable, reusable) approach to data, dynamic intellectual property and publication strategies and the value of open science for industry and society.
Ability Level: All