How One Program Is Helping Empower Women To Bring Their Ideas To Market
from Science Magazine
In 1955, Jonas Salk famously told an interviewer that the polio vaccine he helped develop had no patent. “Could you patent the sun?” he asked, succinctly expressing the feeling then widespread in academic science that patenting and commercializing research results violated such central scientific values as unfettered communication, openness, and service to the common good.
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