Academic and industry collaboration

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Slide deck prepared by Nick Trigg in support of a breakout discussion at the Pistoia Alliance Information Ecosystem Workshop in October 2011.

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Academic and industry collaboration

  1. 1. Academic/Industry collaboration
  2. 2. Am1 - Academic/Industry collaboration• Nick Trigg – Constellation• Dave Brown – BT• Barry Hardy – Douglas Connect• Dave Medina – HP• Steve Pettifer – Manchester University• Robin Munro – IDBS• Simon Mercer – Microsoft• Richard Lingard – Thomson Reuters
  3. 3. Questions• What would such a space look like?• What are the minimal and optimal requirements for such a space?• On the assumption that it is a good idea – How to make it happen?
  4. 4. Why is it worthwhile?• Money• Expertise• Data• Historic samples• Others
  5. 5. Actions• Help academia to develop what you need – List of Use Case (top priorities) • Give direction to research/academia • Funding• Influence/persuade/tell academia to work to a Standard framework – IP – Legal – Ontologies
  6. 6. The endOther slides are back-up and not used during the presentation
  7. 7. Actions• Wiki for collaboration ideas – Match partners with grant opportunities• Remember the link to Pistoia – For refunding • Internally and externally• This is not only for informatics• International in scope
  8. 8. • Advantages – Leverage intellectual input – Leverage money – Influence
  9. 9. • Disadvantages – IP issues – Timeline in academia is usually longer – Lose control (a bit)
  10. 10. • Examples (expertise) – Supernational • EBI, NSBI, – National • Universities, smaller companies – Charities and grants • IMI, Wellcome etc

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