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An increasing trend among scientists to want to put their new ideas into the public domain to be shared for the benefit of all is putting research bodies that rely on partnerships with industry for a substantial proportion of their income at risk, according to Jean Derégnaucourt, executive vice-president for business development at the Institut Pasteur in Paris.
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Open innovation; open data; patents; Institut Pasteur; Global Care Initiative.