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The Bio Report: What a Decade of Investment Tells Us About the Health of Biotech

In this podcast, The Bio Report’s Daniel Levine interviews BIO’s Dave Thomas on the recent …

Chinese In-Licensing Continues to Strengthen

Chinese companies are eager to collaborate with their ex-China counterparts, and in-licensing agreements are outpacing …

Preview: AUTM U.S. Licensing Survey: FY2011

We’ve seen compelling evidence recently about the positive impact of university licensing activity. As we …

AUTM Website Helps Commercialize University Technologies

By Robin L. Rasor, CLP, RTTP, AUTM President As president of the Association of University …

NIH Licensing Efforts Target Start-Ups

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has developed a new short-term licensing arrangement they hope …

Exclusive Licenses Do Not Discourage Follow On Research

A recent study presented at the Patent Statistics for Decision Makers Conference organized at the …

University Licensing Survey 2010 - AUTM

AUTM is set to release their AUTM Licensing Activity Survey Summary: FY 2010 in the …

Bayh Dole Act a Failure? Part II: The Comments

By Guest Joseph Allen Yesterday we posted the reply of Robin Rasor, President of the …

Joint Statement of BIO, AAU, ACE, APLU, AUTM and COGR

Earlier today, the United States Supreme Court issued its opinion in the appeal of Stanford …

GAO Report on Bayh-Dole: Leverage to Promote Commercialization of Federally-Funded Inventions

The General Accountability Office submitted its report to Congress today on the administration of the …