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Bayh-Dole’s preemption of public purposes to re-establish a patent monopoly pipeline

I wrote a Twitter thread in retweeting this observation. Erin (Eeks) Stair @DrErinkate Don’t forget about Bayh-Dole, passed in the 80s, which enabled the #NIH to use our tax dollars to fund drug research at institutions & businesses; allow them … Continue reading

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We are not talking about the rainbows

A while ago, Research Enterprise argued that the “manufactured substantially” requirement in Bayh-Dole, for all its gesture toward American manufacturing, is a nearly empty requirement. Absurdly narrow, easy to circumvent, waivable by federal agencies (“we tried and failed” or “we … Continue reading

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