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Vice presidents for research beg for Directive 10-289.

Here’s a bit from the APLU/AAU fakographic on university technology transfer: And here’s a bit from “‘Miracle machine of U.S. innovation is in danger,” a new op/ed by Kelvin Droegemeier and Daniel Reed.┬áDroegemeier is the vice president for research at … Continue reading

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Sooner or later, Oklahoma IP counsel might get it right about inventions

[expanded to include further discussion of the OU policy claim to inventions] In a talk last fall (archived here), the IP counsel for the University of Oklahoma, presented this slide on the university’s patent policy: It appears to be a … Continue reading

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