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MIT: Stanford v. Roche “Could Have Adverse Impact on Tech Transfer”

Link to MIT News article (“MIT to file amicus brief in intellectual-property case“): The brief argues that the case threatens to undermine the Bayh-Dole Act, a federal law that has played a central role in America’s system of innovation. Enacted in 1980 as an amendment to the Patent Act, Bayh-Dole expanded and accelerated the transformation of ideas in the lab into the products, jobs and revenues of commercial enterprise.

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Shout-Out: 2010 BIO International Convention Official Bloggers!

Surviving through a vigorous screening process, BIO International Convention bloggers have to be smart, funny, and well-spoken — think of our bloggers as the best final round of a dating reality show. Well, maybe they’re a little better than that.

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World Intellectual Property Day 2010: Countries Talk Policy

On World Intellectual Property Day this year, the World Intellectual Property Organization’s 2010 theme is “Innovation – Linking the World”.

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BIO, AUTM Host Technology Transfer Symposium @ BIO 2010

The BIO Technology Transfer Symposium, in partnership with the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM), will explore the role of universities in the U.S. innovation economy, with a particular emphasis on technology transfer on May 4, 2010 at the 2010 BIO International Convention in Chicago.

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This Friday: Genetic Alliance Hosts Webinar on Myriad Gene Patent Case

Genetic Alliance Hosts Webinar on Myriad Gene Patent Case on Friday, April 30, 2010.

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