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This is the second post from a series on the Spicy IP Blog by Mrinalini Kochupillai “The Public Funded R&D Bill: Does India Need a Bayh Dole?”. Mrinalini Kochupillai who is an Adjunct Professor at Franklin Pierce Law Centre has worked extensively on technology transfer in India, here she looks into the terms and conditions […]

Dr. Stanley Kowalski the Director of International Tech Transfer Institute @ Pierce Law joins the Blog as the Expert Blogger. This adds to the International tech transfer Blog team that aims at providing analysis, views, global and international policy developments and management tips in various areas of of Technology Transfer and University IP Management.

The article “Academic Patents and Materials Transfer Agreements: Substitutes or Complements?” by Arvids A. Ziedonis & David C. Mowery published in Journal of Technology Transfer, Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. 157-172, 2007 focuses on U.S. universities and academic medical centers long have been important performers of research in the life sciences, but their role as […]

Simon Winston Brinsmead in his article “Intellectual Property Enforcement, Technology Transfer and Innovation in China’s Semiconductor Industry “ look into the observations of several commentators that analyse the fact that China has enacted laws that give formal protection to intellectual property rights but that, to date, it has struggled to enforce these laws effectively. This […]

The article by Wendy D. Streitz and Alan B. Bennett points out that the transfer of materials between researchers has become more difficult, and it appears that the days of open exchange of materials, particularly from researchers in industry to academic researchers in the life sciences, are over. It also points out that “some domains […]

This piece comes from a series on Spicy IP Blog by Mrinalini Kochupillai “The Public Funded R&D Bill: Does India Need a Bayh Dole? “. Mrinalini Kochupillai is an Adjunct Professor at Franklin Pierce Law Centre and is presently at Marx Planck, Munich on a Research Fellowship. She is also a consultant to the International […]

Indian government has released a draft version of the National Innovation Act, 2008.The Knowledge Commission had recommended that there is a need for a comprehensive campaign to address these issues and to spur efforts to make India a global leader in Innovation and an Innovation Law was a part of it.As per previous news reports […]

Julie Sammons in her article “Collaboration Is the Key to Green Success” refers to recent initiatives towards more sustainable development by going green. She has made reference to advantage of Open source R&D. Some of the interesting parts are reproduced below. To read the entire article click here.“Governed by the Bayh-Dole Act, technology transfer between […]