Posts Tagged: President Carter


Donald Dunner: Looking Back On an IP Icon

Donald Dunner was born in 1931 and spent the first 17 years of his life growing up in New York City’s borough of Brooklyn. In a November 2009 interview …
By IPWatchdog
2 months ago 1

I Dissent: The Federal Circuit’s ‘Great Dissenter,’ Her Influence on the Patent Dialogue, and Why It Matters

Today, Judge Newman is the Federal Circuit’s most prolific dissenter, and her dissents are important. Former Chief Judge Paul Michel noted that “Judge Newman may hold …
By Professor Daryl Lim
3 years ago 11

Blue Ribbon Panel of Advisors Announced for Biden Cancer Moonshot Initiative

Earlier this week the National Cancer Institute (NCI), which is part of the National Institutes of Health, announced a Blue Ribbon Panel of scientific experts, cancer leaders, …
By Gene Quinn
4 years ago 5

Why Bipartisanship Matters

The Bayh-Dole Act unlocked those discoveries that were made with taxpayer money. It allowed businesses and nonprofits, such as universities, to retain title to their inventions that …
By Betsy de Parry
7 years ago 4

The Enactment of Bayh-Dole, An Inside Perspective

We caught the tide-- but just barely. That the Bayh-Dole Act passed was amazing. That it passed in a lame duck session of Congress with its principal …
By Joseph Allen
9 years ago 0

Exclusive Interview: Senator Birch Bayh on Bayh-Dole at 30

At IPWatchdog.com we will spend the next month celebrating Bayh-Dole. We kick off our month long celebration of Bayh-Dole with an exclusive interview with the chief …
By Gene Quinn
9 years ago 3