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Perhaps Riding on Hiccups

People ask, “So if Bayh-Dole isn’t the best possible solution for federally supported inventions, what is?” There are variations–“How can we improve technology transfer under Bayh-Dole?” Or, more of an assertion–“There’s no point in criticizing Bayh-Dole if you don’t have … Continue reading

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We are sure you will adopt this discovery faster now that it comes with a patent and a bureaucrat!

In Farewell to Reason, Paul Feyerabend examines cultural variety and considers the problem of the “objective” claims of science in the broader context of whether any given society consistently benefits from scientific objectivism, given how often science is wrong, how … Continue reading

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