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Category Archives: Tech Transfer
Although some have criticized this law as distracting public colleges from their true calling of generating knowledge (unless it supports global warming or evolution ), this mapped out summary (link below) of only some of patents licensed under Bayh-Dole demonstrates how the … Continue reading
Recently, the Bayh-Dole Act has come under attack as inhibiting the spread of technological innovation. One thing the writers seem to have in common is the absence of any ability to recall what the situation was pre-Bayh-Dole when private companies … Continue reading
On Saturday, March 2, at the AUTM Annual Meeting in San Antonio, I will be part of a role-playing panel involving Eric Guttag, Kevin Noonan of PatentDocs and Christopher McKinney of Georgia Health Sciences University. Come see them do their … Continue reading
With major litigation looming over invention ownership rights affected by the Bayh Dole Act (see my post of November 3rd on Stanford v. Roche), the link below is to a site created by AUTM and a number of other organizations … Continue reading