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Ten Year Note

Ten years ago, on September 4, 2008, I started the Research Enterprise blog. My idea was to use the blog to document what I had learned about university-based technology transfer over 15 years of licensing practice, and to describe ways … Continue reading

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GAO reports Bayh-Dole is a do WTF you want law

Bayh-Dole is a do WTF you want law. Don’t take my word for it. You don’t even have to go read the law to see what I have been talking about. Here, check out this report from the GAO, for … Continue reading

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Xtandi demonstrates how Bayh-Dole is a do WTF you want law, 1

There is a big divide regarding what Bayh-Dole was supposed to accomplish with regard to the use of patents on publicly funded research. On one side is the view that publicly supported research should be freely or otherwise reasonably available … Continue reading

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