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A legal perspective on open data: balancing risks and opportunities in open projects

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Andrew Rens is a scholar of the complex interactions of law, knowledge, and innovation. During this talk he will discuss legal aspects of open data sharing and participate in a Q&A on balancing risks and opportunities in open source projects.

Rens is a Senior Lecturing Fellow at Duke Law School. where he teaches in Access to Medicines: Intellectual Property and Global Public Health, is a Research Associate at the Center for the Study of the Public Domain, and is writing a dissertation on the use of open licences in education as an SJD candidate. He was founding Legal Lead of Creative Commons South Africa and co-founder and former director of two nonprofit organizations: The African Commons Project, and Freedom to Innovate South Africa.

This talk is part of the Synthetic Biology Strategic Research Initiative series.

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