Agenda of the February 1996 Workshop

OPENING REMARKS

Eric Fischer, Board on Biology, National Research Council

Patenting Research Tools and the Law

Rebecca Eisenberg, University of Michigan

What Should be Public and What Should be Private in Science and Technology?

Richard Nelson, Columbia University

Sharing Intellectual Property: Empirical Studies of Scientific Exchange Among Human Genome Researchers

Steven Hilgartner, Cornell University

CASE STUDY DISCUSSIONS

Recombinant DNA

Moderator: Sidney Winter, Wharton School of Business

 

Floyd Grolle, Stanford University

 

Lita Nelsen, Massachusetts Inst. Technology



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Intellectual Property Rights and Research Tools in Molecular Biology: Summary of a Workshop Held at the National Academy of Sciences, February 15–16, 1996 Agenda of the February 1996 Workshop OPENING REMARKS Eric Fischer, Board on Biology, National Research Council Patenting Research Tools and the Law Rebecca Eisenberg, University of Michigan What Should be Public and What Should be Private in Science and Technology? Richard Nelson, Columbia University Sharing Intellectual Property: Empirical Studies of Scientific Exchange Among Human Genome Researchers Steven Hilgartner, Cornell University CASE STUDY DISCUSSIONS Recombinant DNA Moderator: Sidney Winter, Wharton School of Business   Floyd Grolle, Stanford University   Lita Nelsen, Massachusetts Inst. Technology

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Intellectual Property Rights and Research Tools in Molecular Biology: Summary of a Workshop Held at the National Academy of Sciences, February 15–16, 1996 Protein and DNA Sequencing Moderator: Robert Cook-Deegan, National Research Council   Leroy Hood, University of Washington   Harry Osterman, LI-CORE, Inc.   Waclaw Szybalski, University of Wisconsin Gene Fragments (ESTs) Moderator: Gerald Rubin, UC-Berkeley   William Haseltine, Human Genome Sciences   Thomas Caskey, Merck Research Laboratories   James Sikella, University of Colorado PCR and Taq Polymerase Moderator: Barbara Mazur, DuPont Nemours Co.   Ellen Daniell, Roche Molecular Systems   Bernie Poiesz, University of Syracuse   Tom Gallegos, Oncorpharm Research Tools in Drug Discovery Moderator: William Comer, SIBIA Inc.   Bennett Shapiro, Merck Research Laboratories   Larry Respess, Ligand Pharmaceuticals, Inc.   James Wilson, Inst. for Human Genome Therapy Case Study Summaries: Overview of Issues Raised in Case Studies Janet Joy*, Board on Biology, National Research Council PERSPECTIVES FROM DIFFERENT SECTORS What practices have worked well? What have not ? Moderator: Ronald Sederoff, North Carolina State University * Gene Block, Vice Provost for Research and Professor of Biology at the University of Virginia, was originally scheduled to give this presentation but was unable to attend.

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Intellectual Property Rights and Research Tools in Molecular Biology: Summary of a Workshop Held at the National Academy of Sciences, February 15–16, 1996 University Gerald Rubin, University of California at Berkeley   Lita Nelsen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Private Sector Leon Rosenberg, Bristol-Myers Squibb   Thomas D'Alonzo, Genvec, Inc. Government Harold Varmus, National Institutes of Health General Discussion Moderator: Ronald Sederoff