Data Ownership Series Part 5: The Open Science and Open Data Context

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Données de Recherche Canada

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This webinar will address research data ownership in the context of Open Science and Open Data. Speakers will include Richard Gold, James McGill Professor in the Faculties of Law and Medicine at McGill University, and a second speaker who will be confirmed shortly.

The speakers will discuss how research data ownership and intellectual property factor into the open science and open data, particularly in terms of policy development, and will also discuss the challenges and opportunities of open science and open data as they relate to innovation.


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