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AUTM’s invitation to delude yourself, 5

We turn then to the final claim made by AUTM in its “talking points”–the stuff any advocate of Bayh-Dole ought to be repeating to legislators and faculty and anyone else appearing to lack sufficient self-delusion–that none of the fakery presented … Continue reading

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AUTM’s invitation to delude yourself, 4

We are working through an AUTM effort to get readers–and especially people wishing to influence federal policy makers on matters of inventions and patents made in faculty-chosen and led research–to self-delude themselves about Bayh-Dole. AUTM cites a GAO report from … Continue reading

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AUTM’s invitation to delude yourself, 3

To show how clueless the universities have been about Bayh-Dole–look at this finding from the GAO’s 1998 report on university administration of Bayh-Dole inventions: The policies varied among the universities in connection with how they determined whether the invention was … Continue reading

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AUTM’s invitation to delude yourself, 2

Watch this sleight of hand by AUTM, a world leader in cheating with Bayh-Dole. First, a total non sequitur: The Bayh-Dole Act is good for our national economy and also good for state and local economies. The majority of startup … 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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