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University Patent Policy for Effective Technology Transfer, 9: Booking transfer income

We are considering scenarios that involve patentable inventions as a way to get at what a university patent policy should look like to support effective technology transfer. We compared two scenarios. In the first, a university offers a non-exclusive patent … Continue reading

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Bayh-Dole Government License–4: Licensing Despite the Government License

We are working through a recent “webinar” panel discussion on Bayh-Dole’s government license. The panelists get the government license wrong in material ways and then concern themselves with scenarios in which the government license as they represent it appears to … Continue reading

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