Patents as Academic Inventions
Written by Jane Coyle on 07 May 2008« Return to Reading Room
Academic inventions can also give rise to problems. Bodies which fund academic research, such as charitable foundations, may stipulate as a condition of funding that ownership of inventions arising from the research will vest in them, or at least that they cannot be exploited without their consent.
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