University Patent Policy for Effective Technology Transfer, 6: Consider two scenarios

Once in Weisskirchen a man said: . “I never, never do that.”

At the exact same time in Mühlhausen a woman said: “Beef with horseradish.”
Both of them said what they said, because there was no other way.

from “Glocke.” Kandinsky, Klange (trans. Napier)

Consider these two scenarios.

Scenario 1:

University offers a patent license to a new invention.

Scenario 2:

University offers a research review workshop led by the team that made the invention. Free non-exclusive patent license to the invention thrown in.

Never? or beef with horseradish? Stink about these two scenarios for a bit in the context of effective technology transfer policy. Then we can discuss.

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