The Role of Scientific and Technical Data and Information in the Public Domain:: Proceedings of a Symposium
Office of International Scientific and Technical Information Programs, Steering Committee on the Role of Scientific and Technical Data and Information in the Public Domain, Board on International Scientific Organizations, Policy and Global Affairs, National Research Council
National Academies Press, Aug 29, 2003 - Science - 238 pages
This symposium brought together leading experts and managers from the public and private sectors who are involved in the creation, dissemination, and use of scientific and technical data and information (STI) to: (1) describe and discuss the role and the benefits and costs--both economic and other--of the public domain in STI in the research and education context, (2) to identify and analyze the legal, economic, and technological pressures on the public domain in STI in research and education, (3) describe and discuss existing and proposed approaches to preserving the public domain in STI in the United States, and (4) identify issues that may require further analysis.
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The Genius of Intellectual Property and the Need for the Public Domain
Intellectual PropertyWhen Is It the Best Incentive Mechanism for ST Data and Information?
The Economic Logic of Open Science and the Balance between Private Property Rights and the Public Domain in Scientific Data and Information A ...
Scientific Knowledge as a Global Public Good Contributions to Innovation and the Economy
Opportunities for Commercial Exploitation of Networked Science and Technology PublicDomain Information Resources
The Role Value and Limits of ST Data and Information in the Public Domain for Education
The Role Value and Limits of ST Data and Information in the Public Domain for Research Earth and Environmental Sciences
Conflicting International Public Sector Information Policies and their Effects on the Public Domain and the Economy
Potential Effects of a Diminishing Public Domain in Biomedical Research Data
RESPONSES BY THE RESEARCH AND EDUCATION COMMUNITIES IN PRESERVING THE PUBLIC DOMAIN AND PROMOTING OPEN AC...
Strengthening PublicDomain Mechanisms in the Federal Government A Perspective from Biological and Environmental Research
Academics as a Natural Haven for Open Science and PublicDomain Resources How Far Can We Stray?
New Legal Approaches in the Private Sector
Designing PublicPrivate Transactions that Foster Innovation
The Role Value and Limits of ST Data and Information in the Public Domain for Biomedical Research
PRESSURES ON THE PUBLIC DOMAIN
The Urge to Commercialize Interactions Between Public and Private Research Development
Legal Pressures in Intellectual Property Law
Legal Pressures on the Public Domain Licensing Practices
Legal Pressures in National Security Restrictions
The Challenge of Digital Rights Management Technologies
POTENTIAL EFFECTS OF A DIMINISHING PUBLIC DOMAIN
Fundamental Research and Education
Emerging Models for Maintaining Scientific Data in the Public Domain
The Role of the Research University in Strengthening the Intellectual Commons the OpenCourseWare and DSpace Initiatives at MIT
New Paradigms in Industry Corporate Donations of Geophysical Data
New Paradigms in Industry The Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Consortium
Final Symposium Agenda
Biographical Information on Speakers and Steering Committee Members
Acronyms and Initialisms
academic applied basic Bayh-Dole Bayh-Dole Act benefits biomedical Center circumvention CiteSeer collections commercial companies contract contractual templates copyright law costs create Creative Commons data and information database protection David Heyman DeCSS digital rights management dissemination DMCA DSpace economic electronic engineering environment environmental example federal firms global government-funded data Human Genome Human Genome Project industry innovation Institute intellectual property rights interests International investment issues Jonathan Zittrain journals knowledge laboratory licensing limited National Academies nonprofit norms open access open science patent potential private sector problem Professor programs proprietary public domain public research published regime Reichman repositories research commons restrictions role School of Law scientific and technical scientific community scientific data scientists sequence sharing Single Nucleotide Polymorphism social society Stephen Berry symposium transactions United users Wellcome Trust