What valuable fractions of the S.cerevisiae proteome could be harvested from yeast protein hydrolysates and how?
This Challenge requires only a written proposal.
The Seeker wishes to identify valuable peptides, proteins or proteinaceuos complexes that could be isolated from Sacchromyces cerevisiae. Ideally, the target biomolecules would be obtainable from yeast protein hydrolysate. Proposals of molecules must be accompanied by insights regarding how they may be used in an existing commercial application.
This is a Theoretical Challenge that requires only a written proposal to be submitted. The Challenge award will be contingent upon theoretical evaluation of the proposal by the Seeker.
To receive an award, the Solvers will have to transfer to the Seeker their exclusive Intellectual Property (IP) rights to the solution.
What is a Theoretical-Licensing Challenge?
An InnoCentive Theoretical Challenge builds upon an idea but is not yet a proof of concept. A solution to a Theoretical Challenge will solidify the Solver's concept with detailed descriptions, specifications and requirements necessary to bringing a good idea closer to becoming an actual product or service.
This Challenge is a Theoretical-Licensing Challenge, meaning that the Seeker is requesting non-exclusive rights to use the winning solution. By contrast, Theoretical-IP Transfer means that Solvers must relinquish all rights to the Intellectual Property (IP) for which they are awarded. For these forms of a Theoretical Challenge, Solvers that do not win retain the rights to their solution after the evaluation period is complete. The Seeker retains no rights to any IP not awarded.