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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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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 regulations found under the Bayh-Dole Act, the foundation of all federally-funded research in the United States and one of the key factors in the creation (and boom) of biotechnology as both a research field and industry in the 1980s. A little background on Bayh-Dole: Technological innovation is widely seen as responsible for much of the economic growth and increased standard Read More >

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For U.S. Healthcare Reform and Global Health Crises, Both Public and Private Efforts Needed

How can we address health needs in both the United States and developing countries at the same time? By bringing everyone to the table for open, fair, collaborative partnerships. It saves money, time, effort and – most important of all – lives.

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A Stimulated NIH Discovers the Devil in the Grant Details

This blog post discusses the opportunities for growth created by the 2009 NIH stimulus funds.

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Bayh-Dole Can Bring Money for Research and Education

There is a movement out there among scientists who would like to see patents lifted, and have everything freely available. Let’s think about that for a minute. Would that really be a good idea? There is an article in the February 2 edition of the University of California at Los Angeles Daily Bruin, titled, “Inventions provide money, jobs for UC.” Excellent point — if there is intellectual property, there must be money involved and it Read More >

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