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Crowdsourcing: The Art and Science of Open Innovation
Introductory Remarks, Barbara Alving, MD, Director, NCRR, and Todd Park, HHS
Sustainable Innovation, Tim O’Reilly, O’Reilly Media
Accessing the Idea Cloud, Karim Lakhani, PhD, Harvard Business School
Panel: The Spectrum of Open Innovation, Robynn Sturm, Jennifer Couch, Eva Guinan, Jeffrey Davis, Melanie Leitner, Dwayne Spradlin, Michael Lydon and Carol Krause
Health and Media, Jeremy Kagan, MFA, University of Southern California
Interactive Biology, Adrien Treuille, PhD, Carnegie Mellon University
Panel: Do Not Do It Alone!!, Abdul Shaikh, Barbara Mittleman, Robynn Sturm, Jean-Luc Neptune, Aman Bhandari, Wil Yu, Simon Schneider and Wilma Tilson
Closing, James Anderson, MD, PhD, DPCPSI
Monday, July 18, 2011,
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The meeting is led by Olga Brazhnik, PhD, Organizing Committee Chair and sponsored by NCRR, NIGMS, NIDA, NIBIB, PPPP and OBSSR
Crowdsourcing : the art and science of open innovation / NCRR, NIGMS, NIDA, NIBIB, PPPP, and OBSSR.
National Center for Research Resources (U.S.)
(CIT): Crowdsourcing: The Art and Science of Open Innovation will explore new ways to incentivize innovation in biomedical research with the prize authority recently given to all federal agencies by Congress. The meeting will focus on the key aspects of this new approach that include: how to identify problems that can be solved through open innovation; how to communicate a scientific problem across disciplines--to a lay person or a technology geek; and how to test, evaluate and synergize the solutions. This meeting is co-sponsored by National Center for Research Resources (NCRR), National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS), National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB), Public-Private Partnership Program (PPPP) and Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR).
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