Edison Carter wrote:
They might as well say "In the current patent-dominated environment, not enough R&D is happening"
Speaking of which;
Question - Why set up ClearFoundation in New Zealand?http://www.clearfoundation.com/Frequent ... tions.html
Answer - New Zealand has a stable economy and open Intellectual Property laws that provide fertile grounds for enabling ClearFoundation to grow. Though other jurisdictions offer similar benefits, there were some patently clear reasons to set up in New Zealand.
Glad to have you both catch up with policy discussed by our MEP in his blog a while ago. :D
I would suggest that for our future, we should employ more scientists in CRI's, and license their research to firms that will market (for example) new drugs in a more competitive manner, cheaper, better and faster to market.