<OT> SETI-style quest for cancer drugs

Borries Demeler demeler at bioc09.v19.uthscsa.edu
Tue Apr 3 13:23:14 EDT 2001


> 
> With cancer drugs however, its quite obvious how to make a profit, and
> it concerns me that 'public' effort (money for power, money for machines,
> man hours) is being used to produce results which are not going to be
> in the public domain when discovered.
> 

This seems to be spearheaded by Intel: http://www.intel.com/cure/research.htm
Other players involved are United Devices Inc., the National Foundation for 
Cancer Research (NFCR) and the University of Oxford. 
I couldn't find any reference to who owns the research after completion, but
also wopuld be interested to learn about the ownership issues.

-Borries
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