Posts Tagged: commercialization


AUTM Licensing Survey: Ominous trend likely attributable to eroding patent rights

Concerns about the ability of academic institutions to keep contributing to the U.S. innovation economy go well beyond federal funding stagnation according to the recent AUTM …
By Steve Brachmann
6 months ago 0

Benefits of NASA Space Directive on Mars could be Limited by Uncertain Software, Biotech Patentability

President Donald Trump signed a new space policy directive for human expansion across the solar system, a directive which hearkens at least slightly back to Horace Greeley’…
By Steve Brachmann
6 months ago 3

How the U.S. Can Inspire the Next Generation of Innovators

An unfounded belief persists that entrepreneurs are the primary innovators. However, in a study of the top 30 innovations of the last 30 years up through 2009, as judged by …
By Derek Handova
1 year ago 2

Thinking about IP and collaboration at the Patent-Antitrust Interface

This different approach—a commercialization approach—has been embraced across the American political spectrum, including both the Carter administration and the Reagan administration,[4] as well as by …
By F. Scott Kieff
1 year ago 8

Advice for the Trump Administration and New Congress: Protect Bayh-Dole and Restore the Patent System

Bayh-Dole is running on autopilot without Executive branch oversight and U.S. patents are no longer the world's gold standard. Without a course correction, we could be …
By Joseph Allen
2 years ago 3

Patent Submission Policies: Is it time to reconsider commercialization communications?

The review of current corporate patent submission policies reveals clear inconsistencies. While some technology firms have standards that result in clear paths for third party inventors to …
By Ryan Holte
2 years ago 10

Pence, Conservative Views on Patents Likely to Influence Trump

Congressman Pence worked mostly on patent reform bills via the Republican Study Committee, a well-known group of House Republicans focused on inserting conservative views into public policy …
By Peter Harter & Gene Quinn
2 years ago 8

Canada’s Promise Doctrine Should Be a Warning to America

A recent Canadian survey (CRA Survey) has conclusively attributed lowered levels of R&D investment in Canada’s innovation ecosystem to the country’s unique judicial “Promise …
By Chris Gallagher
2 years ago 11

A Better Mouse Trap: Patents and the Road to Riches

There are many different reasons why building a better mouse-trap is only the first of many steps on the road to financial freedom. First, there is no …
By Gene Quinn
5 years ago 5