« (…) This report demonstrates that access to open, free resources, such as data and software, is the underlying basis for breakthrough discoveries, scientific excellence and entrepreneurial endeavours.
Studying three different European innovation ecosystems – Cambridge, Berlin and Barcelona –, the report explores the factors and actors that contribute to the success of these ecosystems. For example, it examines entrepreneurs that bridge academia and industry, companies that use open resources, and public infrastructure providers that engage in public-private partnerships. (…) »
source > f1000research.com/, Lauer DKB, Smith A, Blomberg DN et al. Open data: A driving force for innovation in the life sciences [version 1; not peer reviewed]. F1000Research 2021, 10(ELIXIR):828 (document) (https://doi.org/10.7490/f1000research.1118745.1)