Open Source /
http://no.oneslistening.com/149 Warum Open Source für die Pharmazeutische Industrie interessant sein könnte.
http://www.bukopharma.de/index.php?page=forschung-fur Forschung für Menschen
http://www.communicationagents.com/sepp/2005/12/15/open_source_medicine_india_digitizes_ayurvedic_knowledge.htm Indien schlägt zurück gegen die Biopiraterie!
http://www.wnlsu.org/ The World Natural Life Science™ foundation (WNLSF) und The World Natural Life Science™ University - donation based
"Our wish is to contribute to the constellation of hospitals worldwide that are able to benefit the public good because they are not swayed to taint the truth due to do financial or political alliances. Together we can support research that is truly independent of corporate and political interests. Our model is the Shriners Hospitals for Children, a network of 22 pediatric non-profit hospitals in North America that provide care at no charge. The organization is at the forefront of medical treatment and research in orthopedic, burn and spinal cord injury care. Since 1920, the charitable group has treated more than 800,000 young people. They did it all by accepting donations from individuals and organizations only."
http://www.tropicaldisease.org "We suggest an open source approach to drug development, called the Tropical Diseases Initiative (TDI). We envisage TDI as a decentralized, Web-based, community-wide effort where scientists from laboratories, universities, institutes, and corporations can work together for a common cause."