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WIPO Re:Search

Year Established: 2011

One of the world’s great global health challenges is to overcome the impact of neglected tropical diseases, malaria and tuberculosis. These diseases negatively affect the lives of more than one billion people, many of whom live in the world’s least developed countries. WIPO Re:Search aims to stimulate more research and development for new and better treatment options for those suffering from these conditions.

WIPO Re:Search provides access to intellectual property for pharmaceutical compounds, technologies, and – most importantly – know-how and data available for research and development for neglected tropical diseases, tuberculosis, and malaria. By providing a searchable, public database of available intellectual property assets and resources, WIPO Re:Search facilitates new partnerships to support organizations that conduct research on treatments for neglected tropical diseases, ultimately improving the lives of those most in need.

Target Sector:

Typology of Knowledge Network:
Public-Private Partnership (PPP)

Knowledge Type / Focus:

Participant Type:
Private Sector

Objective / Knowledge Governance:
Distributive Collaboration

IP Management:
Membership in WIPO Re:Search as a user, provider, or supporter is open to all organizations that endorse, adhere to, and support the project’s Guiding Principles. These Guiding Principles include the commitment that IP licensed via WIPO Re:Search will be licensed on a royalty-free basis for research and development on neglected tropical diseases in any country and on a royalty-free basis for sale of neglected tropical disease medicines in, or to, least developed countries.

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