With regards to biotechnology, society relies mainly on patents as means to enable and secure innovations. In recent years, the limits of this intellectual property regime has become increasingly evident. New approaches to biological knowledge and technology, such as the attempts to establish open access and open-source practices to key biotech …
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README.md

Bio-Commons

See http://www.bio-commons.org

Alternative IP regimes such as open-access and open-source could in future help to leverage the cost for research and development in the life sciences, mobilize unused knowledge and become more adaptable to spark new inventions. Discuss how to make best use of the Bio-Commons.

Contributing

  • fork this repository click here to fork
  • create a new topics/working branch named topics/description-of-what-you-are-working-on
  • change to your just created branch
  • make changes to content (most content is written in markdown format)
  • submit a pull-request
  • assign someone to review your pull-request so it gets merged an published

If all this forking, branching and pull-requests is not for your, just submit an issue here

####Folder structure / which file to edit This is a jekyll generated site jekyll The content mainly lives in the bio folder

Bio-Commons
│   README.md
│   ...
│
└───bio

    ├───commons
    │   │   index.md (http://www.bio-commons.org/bio/commons/)
    │   │   ...
    │
    └───strike
    │   index.md
    │   ...
    |
    └───language
    │   index.md