Category Archives: Bozonet

More Contempt of the Supreme Court at the NIH

Here is more misrepresentation of Bayh-Dole from the NIH, the creator of Bayh-Dole, purporting to be advice for inventors: Under the Bayh-Dole Act, your institution as the grant recipient owns rights to the NIH-funded invention and has the right and obligation … Continue reading

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Emory’s Confusion Over Bayh-Dole and Copyright, 2

We are working through a recent article posted at Emory University’s technology transfer site. It claims that Bayh-Dole has something to do with copyrights and data, asserts that the reporting requirements are complicated, and then fusses around trying to make … Continue reading

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Emory’s Confusion Over Bayh-Dole and Copyright, 1

Confusion is like spilled milk. It’s only a mess because it has been spilled, and the effort to clean it up is much greater than the effort to pour a glass of milk to drink. Thus we have two articles … Continue reading

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Even the $100K/yr drugs don’t much work

Advocates for Bayh-Dole make a great deal over the number of drugs that involve university patents that have been approved since the passage of the Bayh-Dole Act. One of their measures is the number of drugs that have been developed. … Continue reading

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Taking Apart APLU’s Talking Points on Bayh-Dole, 4

One more bit about Bayh-Dole in the APLU Talking Points: Before 1980, fewer than 250 patents were issued to U.S. universities annually; discoveries were rarely commercialized for the public’s benefit. By contrast, according to a recent survey by the Association … Continue reading

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Taking Apart APLU’s Talking Points on Bayh-Dole, 3

We are working through APLU’s Talking Points on the cash cows of Bayh-Dole, commercialization, entrepreneurship and whatever else the federal government can be induced to fund. The APLU Talking Points turn next to what the federal government should do to … Continue reading

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Bogus intended incentives of the patent system

Here is an article espousing the virtues of the Bayh-Dole Act by Joe Allen, posted by the University of Rochester’s “URVentures.” Here’s one bit: Prior to Bayh-Dole, when the federal government took invention rights away from their creators making them available … Continue reading

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The University of Pittsburgh’s Fake News Summary of Bayh-Dole, 4

We are working through the University of Pittsburgh summary of the Bayh-Dole Act, and I at least am getting increasingly grouchy as I do. How can someone writing for university faculty “innovators” get things so wrong in some many places? … Continue reading

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The University of Pittsburgh’s Fake News Summary of Bayh-Dole, 3

We are working through the fake history published by the University of Pittsburgh regarding the Bayh-Dole Act and its “key provisions.” “Fake” is too light a word for it, but it’s trendy and so people get the general idea. Really, … Continue reading

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The University of Pittsburgh’s Fake News Summary of Bayh-Dole, 2

We are working through the University of Pittsburgh’s account of the Bayh-Dole Act since AUTM has called it out as worth reading. We need to pause and consider some real history to work out of our imaginations the fake history … Continue reading

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