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  1. More on OA to geodata
    Apr 8, 2009 ... ... Library of Science and former director of the US-NIH, and Eric Lander, a lead
    researcher in the Human Genome Project and founding director ...

    www.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/2009/04/more-on-oa-to-geodata.html - Cached
  2. Peter Suber, Open Access News
    Jul 8, 2009 ... First, Collins has been a public advocate for OA to data, most notably in the
    Human Genome Project, which he lead. Even if that wasn't the case ...

    www.earlham.edu/~peters/.../obama-to-nominate-collins-as-nih.html - Cached
  3. Celera to make genomic data OA - Peter Suber, Open Access News
    Apr 27, 2005 ... (Requires registration.) Excerpt: "Celera Genomics, which raced with the publicly
    financed Human Genome Project to decipher the human DNA ...

    www.earlham.edu/~peters/.../celera-to-make-genomic-data-oa.html - Cached
  4. Peter Suber, Open Access News
    Sep 23, 2009 ... Numerous examples of broad data sharing, ranging from the Human Genome
    Project, to the Framingham Heart Study, to the myriad ...

    www.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/.../paper-retracted-for-breaking.html - Cached
  5. Peter Suber, Open Access News
    Apr 6, 2009 ... The story of Creative Commons, Wikipedia, open-source software, the Human
    Genome Project, and other heartening developments is told in ...

    www.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/2009/.../more-on-digital-enclosure.html - Cached
  6. elsevier-buys-bioinf.. - Peter Suber, Open Access News
    Nov 9, 2004 ... We see it as the next generation in harnessing all the public-domain information
    post the Human Genome Project with what the pharmaceutical ...

    www.earlham.edu/.../11/elsevier-buys-bioinformatics-firm-has.html - Cached
  7. Peter Suber, Open Access News
    May 19, 2005 ... ... pointing out that if the Human Genome Project had followed a similar model, "[
    and] you wanted to find the human genome, you would have to ...

    www.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/.../more-on-acs-v-pubchem_19.html - Cached
  8. Extending the Bermuda Principles - Peter Suber, Open Access News
    May 26, 2009 ... In 1996, at a meeting in Bermuda, researchers participating in the Human
    Genome Project opened the floodgates of DNA data by agreeing to ...

    www.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/.../extending-bermuda-principles.html - Cached
  9. Peter Suber, Open Access News
    May 13, 2009 ... Sir John Sulston, Nobel prize winner and one of the architects of the Human
    Genome Project, has teamed up with Bloomsbury to edit a new ...

    www.earlham.edu/.../oa-book-series-from-bloomsbury-academic.html - Cached
  10. nature-editorial-cal.. - Peter Suber, Open Access News
    Mar 20, 2006 ... This is a far cry from the Human Genome Project, in which all the data were
    placed in the public domain 24 hours after sequencing.

    www.earlham.edu/.../fos/.../nature-editorial-calls-for-oa-database.html - Cached
  11. Peter Suber, Open Access News
    Jun 10, 2004 ... As was the case for the Human Genome Project, data generated by the chemical
    genomics network will be deposited in a central database, ...

    www.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/.../first-step-toward-oa-pubchem.html - Cached
  12. Peter Suber, Open Access News
    Mar 17, 2004 ... ... the abdication of at least some intellectual property rights, important '
    intellectual commons' such as the Internet, the Human Genome Project, ...

    www.earlham.edu/.../fos/.../lessig-copyright-balance-needed-for.html - Cached
  13. Peter Suber, Open Access News
    Feb 9, 2004 ... ... or was restricted to the large digital data sets of raw research material used by
    multiple researchers, e.g., the Human Genome project. Daniel ...

    www.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/2004/.../more-on-oecd-declaration.html - Cached
  14. Peter Suber, Open Access News
    Dec 23, 2005 ... Apparently, Google's data mining techniques are well suited to analysing gene
    sequences in the human genome project. It may even be ...

    www.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/.../google-is-changing-medicine.html - Cached


 

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