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Guide to Bayh-Dole by the Layers, 7

Eighth layer: Outcomes We reach the eighth and final layer of Bayh-Dole: outcomes. We can consider four elements of outcomes: activity, cost, practical application, and the effects of patent monopoly exclusion on research, rapid industry and professional uptake of research … Continue reading

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GAO reports Bayh-Dole is a do WTF you want law

Bayh-Dole is a do WTF you want law. Don’t take my word for it. You don’t even have to go read the law to see what I have been talking about. Here, check out this report from the GAO, for … Continue reading

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PhRMA loves Bayh-Dole but won’t out and say why

PhRMA, a pharmaceutical industry lobbying group, has published a white paper championing Bayh-Dole. What they are after is to prevent the Bayh-Dole march-in provisions from ever operating. To do this, they make a variety of assertions about Bayh-Dole that can’t … Continue reading

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Vannevar Bush and the Unexpected Model of Innovation

In Science and Technology Policy in the United States: Open Systems in Action, Sylvia Kraemer spends a section of a chapter discussing Vannevar Bush and Science the Endless Frontier. Kraemer agrees that Science the Endless Frontier is an important document in … Continue reading

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The $100M Rain Dance

A basic premise of university technology transfer is that research conducted at a university produces discoveries and inventions that otherwise would not be made, patents are issued on these discoveries and inventions, and the patent position induces investors and companies to … Continue reading

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Rear View Research

I came across an interesting blog post by Jeff Henning. He provides an account of a talk at the University of Georgia by Stan Sthanuathan, VP of marketing strategy for Coca-Cola. Sthanuathan points out that a lot of industry research … Continue reading

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