A Prescription for Open Innovation in Drug Development

By • on March 2, 2012

The website Crowdsourcing.org takes a look at Open Innovation in the scientific community to see how this works in the world of medicine. Several factors have combined in recent years to pave the way for a less secretive attitude towards developing new products and services, resulting in the growing popularity of Open Innovation. The science community seems to be the last bastion of closedness – this is understandable in many ways as organizations need to protect their investments. However, science is striving to become more open where appropriate.

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