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Paywall: The Business of Scholarship

Paywall: The Business of Scholarship

Paywall: The Business of Scholarship is a documentary which focuses on the need for open access to research and science,...  Read More

Sharpening insights into the innovation landscape with a new approach to patents

Sharpening insights into the innovation landscape with a new approach to patents

Microsoft Academic Graph (MAG) is updated weekly to keep up with the pace of scientific discoveries and technology advances. Just...  Read More

Factors that make an impact

Factors that make an impact

Number of citations in academic papers is not always a good measure for the influence of applied research papers. In...  Read More

Mapping the global influence of published research on industry and innovation

Mapping the global influence of published research on industry and innovation

Measuring citations to scholarly works in the global patent literature enables assessment of the influence of published research on invention,...  Read More

PatSeq genome tracks are now also available at UCSC genome browser

PatSeq genome tracks are now also available at UCSC genome browser

We are pleased to announce the release of the PatSeq tracks in the UCSC Genome Browser. These tracks contain shared data...  Read More

The ownership question of plant gene and genome intellectual properties

The ownership question of plant gene and genome intellectual properties

The restructuring of the crop agriculture industry over the past two decades has enabled patent holders to exclude, prevent and...  Read More

Gene patent practice across plant and human genomes

Gene patent practice across plant and human genomes

In human medicine, a successful new product or process can create a strong economic incentive to pay whatever it takes...  Read More

Public disclosure of biological sequences in global patent practice

Public disclosure of biological sequences in global patent practice

Abstract Biological sequences are an important part of global patenting, with unique challenges for their effective and equitable use in...  Read More

The Impact of Public Science

The Impact of Public Science

Publicly funded science is an important step on the path to the development of technologies that can improve society. However,...  Read More

Metrics market

Metrics market

Featured in an Editorial in the journal Nature on June 2014. Measures of research impact are improving, but universities should...  Read More

Exploring the Scope of Gene Patents Through New Levels of Transparency

Exploring the Scope of Gene Patents Through New Levels of Transparency

As the global intellectual property (IP) system grows and now impacts virtually all citizens, it is crucial that the means...  Read More

Global patent system under The Lens

Global patent system under The Lens

Global social enterprise Cambia and the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) are using a US$1.6 million Bill & Melinda Gates...  Read More

Integrated Search Plugin and developer tools

Integrated Search Plugin and developer tools

The Lens provides a variety of tools for you to integrate our core experience into your website. The Lens enables...  Read More

Featured in Nature Biotechnology magazine

Featured in Nature Biotechnology magazine

In the recent decision Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics1, the US Supreme Court held that naturally occurring sequences...  Read More

Intellectual Ventures Patent Collection

Intellectual Ventures Patent Collection

Recently Intellectual Ventures revealed a list of 33,000 patents in a move towards partial transparency. You can find out more...  Read More

The patent bargain

The patent bargain

Featured in an Editorial in the journal Nature on 11 Dec 2013. An open-source patent database highlights the need for...  Read More

Cambia named in top 100 NGO’s by The Global Journal

Cambia named in top 100 NGO’s by The Global Journal

For the second year in a row, Cambia has been named as one of the Top 100 NGO’s by The...  Read More

Patent system has been sympathetic to “investing communities”

Patent system has been sympathetic to “investing communities”

In the recent Myriad case, which was decided on August 16, 2012, The majority opinion held that traditionally the patent...  Read More

Patents and Innovation in the US

Patents and Innovation in the US

Columnist Joe Nocera recently interviewed Judge Richard Posner on the topic of patent law and lawsuits in the U.S. for...  Read More

2012 PIUG Conference

2012 PIUG Conference

The 2012 PIUG conference began with a speech entitled “Why I Hate Patents.” The speaker, a venture capitalist, lamented that...  Read More

The Illahee Talk: opening the innovation ecology

The Illahee Talk: opening the innovation ecology

A few months ago, I had the opportunity to speak in Portland, Oregon on my thoughts of opening the innovation...  Read More

van Linschoten:  WikiLeaks WritLarge

van Linschoten: WikiLeaks WritLarge

The world's greatest disruptive act of  Open Access Publishing. The Dutch are pragmatists.   If there's a more practical, hard-nosed,...  Read More

The Journalistic W’s of innovation cartography

The Journalistic W’s of innovation cartography

The Classic W's & H of Innovation Who (these are real people) Inventors and Authors on patents, scholarly publications, blogs,...  Read More

The Lens I:  What it’s all about

The Lens I: What it’s all about

Since its inception twenty five years ago, Cambia has had one goal, even a passion:  to 'democratize' science-enabled innovation. After...  Read More