Structural Genomics Delegates Hash Out Priorities for International Collaboration | GenomeWeb

HINXTON, UK--Delegates said talks were congenial and productive at a meeting at the Wellcome Trust Genome campus here last month where about 40 industry, university, and government scientists discussed a possible large-scale international collaboration to determine all the basic shapes of proteins.

Among the potentially contentious issues aired were those relating to intellectual property rights and practical matters such as what structural details corporate collaborators would have to make public and how rapidly they would have to do so.

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