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Conspiracy against inventors’ rights and 18 USC 241/42 USC 1983

University administrators have been fond to claim that the Bayh-Dole Act gives their universities ownership of inventions made with federal support–or a right of first refusal, or a prohibition on assigning ownership to anyone other than the university. This was … Continue reading

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The Most Innovative Public University in the World

The University of Washington ran a press release a couple of days ago announcing that Thomson Reuters has named UW the “most innovative public university in the world.” A reader might think that the ranking methodology includes the number of startups, … Continue reading

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