A flexible model for compound management facilities to stimulate collaborations in the life sciences
The Queensland Compound Library is an Australian initiative that was established to complement and augment previous investments in high-throughput and high-content screening. An intellectual property model was designed to stimulate applied and basic research in the life sciences undertaken primarily by chemists and biologists. The model helps create an environment that is supportive of collaborations between diverse organizations, including academe, publicly funded research organizations, not-for-profit organizations, public-private partnerships, small-to-medium enterprises, contract research organizations, venture capital firms, biotechnology companies, and large pharmaceutical companies.
Collaborative Innovation in Drug Discovery: Strategies for Public and Private Partnerships
Biologically Active Molecules