Fit for purpose?Big Data & Intellectual Property Rights              Astrid Woollard         European Data Forum 2013     ...
BioMedBridges enables crosstalk between          10 European Research InfrastructuresSPATIAL SCALESfrom molecules through ...
BioMedBridges is handling a variety of data,       transfer happens EU wide Images Structural data Clinical trials data...
There are many different data sharing processes   with potential Intellectual Property issuesOwnership of data and IP / A...
Use cases enable validation of the security                 framework                I. Phenobridge                II. Per...
Use cases enable validation of the security    framework: Personalised Medicine                            …a more complex...
Use cases enable validation of the security    framework: Structural Data Bridge                         …a slightly more ...
Use cases enable validation of the security         framework: Structural Data Bridge Pre-requisites for Structural Data ...
Need more information?            My email address:        astrid.woollard@stfc.ac.uk             BioMedBridges:         i...
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EDF2013: Selected Talk: Astrid Woollard: Fit for purpose? Big Data & Intellectual Property Rights

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Selected Talk by Astrid Woollard, at the European Data Forum 2013, 10 April 2013 in Dublin, Ireland: Fit for purpose? Big Data & Intellectual Property Rights

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EDF2013: Selected Talk: Astrid Woollard: Fit for purpose? Big Data & Intellectual Property Rights

  1. 1. Fit for purpose?Big Data & Intellectual Property Rights Astrid Woollard European Data Forum 2013 10 April 2013, Dublin
  2. 2. BioMedBridges enables crosstalk between 10 European Research InfrastructuresSPATIAL SCALESfrom molecules through cells and organs tohumans and the environment TECHNOLOGIES ANDSPECIES THE DATA THEYfrom bacteria through GENERATEmodel organisms to from thehumans nanotechnology of sequencing through the spectroscopy ofTEMPORAL SCALES cellular and wholefrom nanoseconds of organism imaging tomolecular motions to synchrotrons forseconds of a heartbeat to structureyears of a human life and determinationthe aeons of evolution
  3. 3. BioMedBridges is handling a variety of data, transfer happens EU wide Images Structural data Clinical trials data (audio, video files) Tables, descriptions Databases Software scripts  Copyright!
  4. 4. There are many different data sharing processes with potential Intellectual Property issuesOwnership of data and IP / Author attributionData access / User authenticationSecure data transferClassification of dataIssues with patentabilitySocial engineeringManagement of IP conflicts...
  5. 5. Use cases enable validation of the security framework I. Phenobridge II. Personalised Medicine III. Structural Data IV. Imaging V. Translational MedicineWhat is the data type? Where and how is data shared? Where and how is data stored? …..?
  6. 6. Use cases enable validation of the security framework: Personalised Medicine …a more complex example
  7. 7. Use cases enable validation of the security framework: Structural Data Bridge …a slightly more simple example
  8. 8. Use cases enable validation of the security framework: Structural Data Bridge Pre-requisites for Structural Data Bridge analysis Only Open Access data within Elixir No data sharing via Instruct Identified issues of Structural Data Bridge Data transmission (raw and metadata, security of researcher’s identity, etc) Data storage, albeit transient (disposal of hard copies) Quality statement of generated models (?) Responsibility
  9. 9. Need more information? My email address: astrid.woollard@stfc.ac.uk BioMedBridges: info@biomedbridges.eu www.biomedbridges.euScience and Technology Facilities Council www.stfc.ac.uk www.stfc.ac.uk/SCD/ This project is funded by the EU

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