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Harbridge House on university exclusive licensing, 2

There’s one more thing raised by the Harbridge House report–the metrics on those patent development firms. Patent applications are filed on approximately 10 to 15 percent of the disclosures submitted and, if present circumstances continue, only one-quarter of these patents … Continue reading

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Institutional speculation on public health, 1

Folks want to repeal Bayh-Dole–and that would be good–but Bayh-Dole is like a shield and folks still have to get at what motivates corrupt practices under Bayh-Dole. Bayh-Dole does not require corrupt practices–it just creates the conditions that make it … Continue reading

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