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“Promote” in Bayh-Dole, 2

The meaning of “promote” in Bayh-Dole gets dealt with, though indirectly, in Public Citizen v. NIH (2002). In this case, Public Citizen, an advocacy group, sued the NIH in an effort to get the NIH to disclose certain particulars of … Continue reading

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Why do we have Norman Latker’s fantasy rather than Vannevar Bush’s fantasy?

There’s a number of people out blaming Bayh-Dole for high drug prices. There’s plenty to blame Bayh-Dole for–it’s an ugly law with a dismal track record. And there are ways that Bayh-Dole can be implicated in high drug prices, but … Continue reading

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Only Bayh-Dole and University Research Enterprise, 3

We are working through Bayh-Dole without the cover of the political bluffery that permitted Bayh-Dole to become national policy. Without the bluffery, Bayh-Dole addresses the same situation addressed previously by the IPA program, which in turn took up the Harbridge … Continue reading

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