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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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Technology Transfer Symposium Presentations Published

You can access all the presentations from the Technology Transfer Symposium, held in October 2009 at the BIO Investor Forum, by visiting http://bio.org/ip/techtransfer/. For more information, you can contact Margarita Noriega, Coordinator of Bioethics & IP Policy, at mnoriega@bio.org.

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BIO Survey on Technology Transfer Shows Complexity of University-Industry Relationships

I sat down with Cartier Esham, Director, Emerging Company Health and Regulatory Affairs at BIO, to discuss BIO’s new survey on licensing trends between universities and companies, part of a larger process of technology transfer. BIO will release the survey at this year’s BIO Investor Forum Technology Transfer Symposium, October 28, 2009. You can learn more about by visiting www.bio.org/ip/techtransfer.

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Sharing & Promoting Innovative Technology in Public-Private Global Development Partnerships

This year, CropLife International is assembling a diverse panel with substantial experience to offer their views on innovative solutions to critical global agricultural problems on Tuesday, September 29 (16:30-18:30) in Geneva.

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Technology Transfer Symposium at BIO Investor Forum

   Technology Transfer Symposium: Promoting Public-Private Collaboration for Innovation Wednesday October 28, 2009 7:30 am – 12 pm PT The Palace Hotel San Francisco, CA The Technology Transfer Symposium, held in conjunction with the BIO Investor Forum, will explore the domestic and international policy challenges for professionals in university, industry, and legal areas regarding the administration of technology transfer.  This groundbreaking meeting will bring together stakeholder groups to discuss the challenges and opportunities of today’s Read More >

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