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“Promote” in Bayh-Dole, 4

In arguing in Public Citizen v NIH that secret exclusive deals were the only way the NIH could fulfill its public mission–or at least the mission of its patent licensing office–the NIH produced some interesting metrics. In 2000, the NIH … Continue reading

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University of Misery’s IP Policy Scam, 1

From time to time I still use my old Garmin GPS. I downloaded the directions voice for Australia because I rather like the accent. I call the voice “Nigel.” But I live now in Washington state–commonly abbreviated “WA,” rather than … Continue reading

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