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Page 201 APPENDIXES
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Page 203 Appendix A Final Symposium Agenda THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 7:45 a.m. Registration and continental breakfast 8:30 Welcoming Remarks, William A. Wulf, President, National Academy of Engineering 8:40 Symposium Overview, R. Stephen Berry, University of Chicago 8:50 Session 1: The Role, Value, and Limits of Scientific and Technical Data and Information in the Public Domain Discussion Framework, Paul Uhlir, National Research Council 9:10 -- in Society, James Boyle, Duke University School of Law 9:30 -- for Innovation and the Economy Intellectual Property—When is it the Best Incentive Mechanism for Scientific and Technical Data and Information? Suzanne Scotchmer, University of California, Berkeley “Open Science” Economics and the Logic of the Public Domain in Research: A Primer, Paul David, Stanford University 10:15 BREAK 10:35 -- for Innovation and the Economy Scientific Knowledge as a Global Public Good: Contributions to Innovation and the Economy, Dana Dalrymple, U.S. Agency for International Development Opportunities for Commercial Exploitation of Networked Science and Technology Public-Domain Information Resources, Rudolph Potenzone, LION Bioscience 11:20 Discussion of Issues from Presentations 12:00 LUNCH
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Page 204 1:00 -- for Education and Research Education, Bertram Bruce, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Earth and Environmental Sciences, Francis Bretherton, University of Wisconsin Biomedical Research, Sherry Brandt-Rauf, Columbia University 2:00 Discussion of Issues from Presentations 2:30 Session 2: Pressures on the Public Domain Discussion Framework, Jerome Reichman, Duke University School of Law 2:50 The Urge to Commercialize: Interactions between Public and Private Research and Development, Robert Cook-Deegan, Duke University 3:10 BREAK 3:30 Legal Pressures in Intellectual Property Law, Justin Hughes, Cardozo School of Law in Licensing, Susan Poulter, University of Utah School of Law in National Security Restrictions, David Heyman, Center for Strategic and International Studies 4:45 The Challenge of Digital Rights Management Technologies, Julie Cohen, Georgetown University School of Law 5:10 Discussion of Issues from Session 2 5:55 ADJOURN 6:00–7:30 RECEPTION FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 8:00 a.m. CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 8:30 Session 3: Potential Effects of a Diminishing Public Domain Discussion Framework, Paul Uhlir, National Research Council 8:50 -- on Fundamental Research and Education, R. Stephen Berry, University of Chicago 9:20 -- in Two Specific Areas of Research Environmental Information, Peter Weiss, National Weather Service Biomedical Research Data, Stephen Hilgartner, Cornell University 10:00 Discussion of Issues from Session 3 10:30 BREAK 11:00 Session 4: Responses by the Research and Education Communities in Preserving the Public Domain and Promoting Open Access Discussion Framework, Jerome Reichman, Duke University School of Law 11:20 Strengthening Public-Domain Mechanisms in the Federal Government: A Perspective from Biological and Environmental Research, Daniel Drell, U.S. Department of Energy 11:45 Academics as a Natural Haven for Open Science and Public-Domain Resources: How Far Can We Stray? Tracy Lewis, University of Florida 12:10 LUNCH
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Page 205 1:00 New Legal Approaches in the Private Sector, Jonathan Zittrain, Harvard University School of Law 1:20 Designing Public–Private Transactions that Foster Innovation, Stephen Maurer, Esq. 1:50 New Paradigms — in Academia The Role of the Research University in Strengthening the Intellectual Commons: The OpenCourseWare and DSpace Initiatives at MIT, Ann Wolpert, MIT Emerging Models for Maintaining Scientific Data in the Public Domain, Harlan Onsrud, University of Maine 2:20 — in Industry Open-Source Software in Commerce, Bruce Perens, Hewlett Packard Corporate Donations of Geophysical Data, Shirley Dutton, University of Texas at Austin The Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Consortium, Michael Morgan, Wellcome Trust 3:20 BREAK 3:30 Discussion of Issues from Session 4 4:00 Closing Remarks, R. Stephen Berry, University of Chicago 4:15 ADJOURN
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