Subject to the same ups and downs, but the exercise was very focused on encouraging that discussion. Some things have come out of that. With NSERC, CIHR, Genome, and others, we're developing a framework policy for data management that will include an open data element at the end of the day. When these policies are implemented, researchers from all of our councils, who are funded with federal dollars, will be required to make their data freely available after a period of time on open sites.
We think that will encourage the exchange of information for collaboration and research. The reuse of data will have profound effects on the way data is used by companies, by researchers, and by anybody, which we think will help facilitate innovative uses of that data once it becomes available. That's one way we've acted to put that into place, based on a future challenges perspective.