Biological Innovation for Open Society (BiOS)

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BiOS Agreement for Health Technologies Version 2.0      CAMBIA DRAFT Health Technologies BiOS 2.0 agreement      Background:      A. Access to enabling technologies, tools and platforms for basic innovation is important. It is undesirable that the delivery of products, whether for public good or for profit, should be encumbered by the terms under which such enabling technologies are made available. Research and development will be most efficient, effective, economical and equitable if these tools are available readily to all in a way that protects capability to use the technology and improvements.      B. The BIOS Initiative (www.bios.net) sets out to ensure

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BiOS Mutual Non-Assertion Agreement Background: A. Access to enabling technologies, tools and platforms for basic innovation is important. It is undesirable that the delivery of products, whether for public good or for profit, should be encumbered by the terms under which such enabling technologies are made available. Research and development will be most efficient, effective, economical and equitable if these tools are available readily to all in a way that protects capability to use the technology and improvements. B. The BIOS Initiative (www.bios.net) sets out to ensure common access to the tools of innovation, to promote the development and improvement of these tools, and to make such developments and improvements freely acces...

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CAMBIA DRAFT PMET BiOS 2.0 Agreement Background: A. Access to enabling technologies, tools and platforms for basic innovation is important. It is undesirable that the delivery of products, whether for public good or for profit, should be encumbered by the terms under which such enabling technologies are made available. Research and development will be most efficient, effective, economical and equitable if these tools are available readily to all in a way that protects capability to use the technology and improvements. B. The BIOS Initiative (www.bios.net) sets out to ensure common access to the tools of innovation, to promote the development and improvement of these tools, and to make such developments and improvements freely acce...

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CAMBIA Plant Molecular Enabling Technology BiOS LicenseVersion 1.5By Biological Innovation for Open Society (BiOS) Alternate Titles: Unknown.Specific License Author Information: Unknown.Length: 9,517 Words / 68.67 kB. This print-friendly version of the license was generated by the Bakunin Cannabis Engine, Version 2.00, provided by Punkerslut Freethought.AnarchistRevolt.com - The Theory and Practice of Revolutionary Anarchism.Punkerslut Freethought provides information, resources, and ideas for changing the world -- everything from organizing worker unions to challenging the power of the state.CAMBIA Plant Molecular Enabling Technology BiOS License Version 1.5      The CAMBIA "Biological Open Source" (BiOS) License for Plan...

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