Cambia means change.Cambia is an independent non-profit institute creating new technologies, tools and paradigms to promote change and enable innovation.
Current activities of Cambia
Disease, hunger, poverty, climate change... Most people see these as big worldwide problems.
We see them as symptoms.
It's time to change the way we look at the world. The people who experience these problems are the solution.
Highlights from the media centre
- Putting the global patent system under The LensDecember 13, 2013
- The patent bargainDecember 11, 2013
- Who’s patenting whose genome?December 7, 2013
- Transparency tools in gene patenting for informing policy and practiceDecember 6, 2013
- "Grist" focus on Innovation CartographyOctober 28, 2013
Cambia@ - upcoming and recent events
- World Economic Forum The Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2013
- 11-13 September, Dalian, China
- Known as the “Summer Davos”- The Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2013 brings together more than 1,500 participants from 90 countries to share strategies and solutions and discuss global issues and risks, which creates a unique opportunity for exchange between leaders from top-ranked multinationals and chief executive officers of dynamic and fast-growing companies, including key decision-makers from government, media, academia and civil society. Cambia’s CEO, Richard Jefferson is invited to participate in and report on the panel “Intellectual Property in a Digital World”.
- The Science and Technology in Society (STS) Forum Annual Meeting 2013
- 6-8 October, Kyoto, Japan
- Richard is invited again to attend the three-day annual meeting by the Science and Technology in Society Forum, a registered non-profit organization based in Japan. This meeting is aimed at creating a global human network based on trust and providing a framework for open discussions regarding the further progress of science and technology for the benefit of humankind, while controlling ethical, safety and environmental issues resulting from their application: “The Lights and Shadows of Science and Technology.” Richard is presenting on a panel on Intellectual Property, which includes the Commissioner of the Japan Patent Office and others.
- Open Access and Research Conference
- 31 Oct – 1 Nov, Brisbane, Australia
- Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is hosting an international conference on Open Access and Research in Brisbane. This meeting is aimed to bring together a number of distinguished Australian and international speakers specialized in research and scholarly communication to cover a broad spectrum of policy and research management issues including advocacy, open innovation and alternative metrics. Dr. Richard Jefferson, CEO of Cambia and Professor of Science, Technology and Law at QUT, will headline on ‘opening the innovation ecology’.
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