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The bogus argument for “mixing” research funds, 5

Let’s say that companies have diverse views about patenting, as the Harbridge House report documented, and some companies might decline to participate in federal research because they can’t get title to inventions and won’t settle for a mere license. We … Continue reading

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The IPA and Wisconsin’s 1969 Patent Policy, 14

The start is here: The IPA and Wisconsin’s 1969 Patent Policy, 1 Three sorts of university invention We can then distinguish three sorts of invention arising in federally funded research at universities: inventive tools, inventive tools that can be sold … Continue reading

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The IPA and Wisconsin’s 1969 Patent Policy, 12

This series starts here: The IPA and Wisconsin’s 1969 Patent Policy, 1 How history informs the present Why spend all this time on a lost university policy from 1969 in response to a canceled IPA program? After all, we have … Continue reading

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The IPA and Wisconsin’s 1969 Patent Policy, 10

This series starts here: The IPA and Wisconsin’s 1969 Patent Policy, 1 Medicinal chemistry drives the whole of federal patent policy The IPA program, revived in 1968 by the NIH following the Harbridge House report, which singled out medicinal chemistry … Continue reading

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