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Ten Year Note

Ten years ago, on September 4, 2008, I started the Research Enterprise blog. My idea was to use the blog to document what I had learned about university-based technology transfer over 15 years of licensing practice, and to describe ways … Continue reading

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Five ways to attack Bayh-Dole corruption, short of repeal

Powerful interests protect Bayh-Dole. But Bayh-Dole should be repealed. Heck, 23 senators led by Sen. Harrison Schmidt tried to do that the year after Bayh-Dole was passed, to replace Bayh-Dole with a comprehensive law regarding research inventions! But short of … Continue reading

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Five Audit Issues for University Compliance with Bayh-Dole

While most discussions about Bayh-Dole compliance focus on the time periods for reporting inventions, filing patent applications, and giving notice of election to retain title, the compliance issues that matter are often overlooked. The top five involve ownership, money, and … Continue reading

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