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Patents as Academic Inventions

Written by Jane Coyle on 07 May 2008

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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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