22 June, 2012   News

Jordi Ràfols, marketing manager at Innoget, has recently had a brief interview with Nick Pope of BioSpring Ltd.

During the talk, Jordi Ràfols highlighted the difference between crowdsourcing and open innovation and also gave an overview of Innoget and how open innovation is performed in our platform. Jordi will elaborate further on this approach and its application to pharma discovery during Networked Pharma’s Networked Pharma Funds & Fundability workshop at Holiday Inn, Regents Park, London, on 28th June.

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