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USC still misrepresents Bayh-Dole, 2018 version-Fitt 3

Now, for comedy. USC turns from the obligations of the Bayh-Dole act for universities to technology transfer: Benefits of disclosure and technology transfer include: Bayh-Dole does not require technology transfer. A contractor may comply with Bayh-Dole by using its subject … Continue reading

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USC still misrepresents Bayh-Dole, 2018 version-Fitt 2

USC’s “Bayh-Dole Act Obligations for Universities” overdramatizes–no, misrepresents–Bayh-Dole. USC turns to its own policies. Even here, things are not quite what they seem. Under the USC Intellectual Property Policy, with some exceptions called out within the policy, the University owns … Continue reading

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USC still misrepresents Bayh-Dole, 2018 version-Fitt 1

USC has a document on the web titled “Bayh-Dole Act Obligations for Universities” dated Sept 26, 2018 by the “USC Office of Research.” Let’s have a look. This memorandum provides an overview of University and Federal policies and procedures concerning … Continue reading

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