McGill Neurology will no longer patent researchers’ findings, instead everything will be open access

« The Neurological Institute at Montreal’s McGill University is host to the « Tanenbaum Open Science Institute, » endowed by a $20M contribution; since last spring, the unit has pursued an ambitious open science agenda that includes open access publication of all research data and findings, and an end to the practice of patenting the university’s findings. Instead they will all be patent-free and usable by anyone. (…) »

source >, Cory Doctorow, 17 décembre 2016