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More Economists Who Are Promoting the Google Agenda

More Economists Who Are Promoting the Google Agenda | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
It's impressive that two university professors can get so much wrong about patents in only 421 words. We point out their errors.
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When Universities Patent Their Research

When Universities Patent Their Research | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
When universities patent something truly important, it can be difficult to find a licensee. A first breakthrough can require a long development process.
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Patexia Chart 41: Most Valuable Patents | Patexia.com

Patexia Chart 41: Most Valuable Patents | Patexia.com | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
Patexia Chart 41: Most Valuable Patents.
Last year, we published a list of the most litigated patents (Patexia Chart 8). Most of these patents did not survive, with the number of attacks faced by various entities. However, this week, w
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Apple Likes the Patent ‘Death Squad.’ Allergan Pays to Avoid It

Apple Likes the Patent ‘Death Squad.’ Allergan Pays to Avoid It | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
Allergan Plc’s decision to pay a Native American tribe $15 million a year rather than let one of its blockbuster drugs be scrutinized by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office is part of a backlash against an agency review panel that has been dubbed a “death squad.”
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Technology transfer is all grown up

Technology transfer is all grown up | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
While my colleagues at OUP have recently been outdoing one another on well-researched blogs (here, here, and here), I’ve decided to go the opposite direction and write about some non-data oriented…
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Biotech explodes in LA County, tackling everything from sickle-cell anemia to spider-free silk

Biotech explodes in LA County, tackling everything from sickle-cell anemia to spider-free silk | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
Biotech companies across Los Angeles County are unlocking new solutions for a host of as-yet-untreatable ailments, from sickle-cell anemia and rheumatoid arthritis to all varieties of cancers.But, in response to consumer demands for sustainable
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Licensing Efficiency of Academic Technology Transfer: Are there better indicators?

Licensing Efficiency of Academic Technology Transfer: Are there better indicators? | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
Universities in the U.S. have engaged in academic technology transfer since before the Bayh-Dole Act and make significant contribution to the economic
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Licensing matchmaking: the allure of reputation and organizational capital

Licensing matchmaking: the allure of reputation and organizational capital | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
Guest post by Ian McCarthy and Karen Ruckman, both from the Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University. This is …
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#AliceStorm: April Update and the Impact of TC Heartland on Patent Eligibility

#AliceStorm: April Update and the Impact of TC Heartland on Patent Eligibility | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
The Supreme Court’s recent decision on patent venue, TC Heartland LLC v. Kraft Foods Group Brands, may actually turn out to be a good thing for patentees when it comes to Section 101. But before we get to that, let’s do the AliceStorm numbers: The overall Alicestorm index of percentage of Section 101 ineligibility outcomes in the federal courts is up 0.6% from March, at 67.6%. The Federal Circuit contributed the most to the increase, issuing eight separate decisions finding patent eligible subject matter, with six of these decisions being Rule 36 affirmances. The number of motions on th
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Senators Coons and Cotton introduce STRONGER Patents Act of 2017

Senators Coons and Cotton introduce STRONGER Patents Act of 2017 | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
STRONGER Patents Act of 2017 is comprehensive legislation needed to strengthen our patent system and will promote American innovation and competitiveness.
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Supreme Court to decide if Inter Partes Review is Unconstitutional

Supreme Court to decide if Inter Partes Review is Unconstitutional | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
Whether the amendment process implemented by the PTO in inter partes review conflicts with Court’s decision in Cuozzo Speed Technologies, LLC v. Lee, 136 S.Ct. 2131 (2016), and congressional direction.
Whether the “broadest reasonable interpretation” of patent claims – upheld in Cuozzo for use in inter partes review – requires the application of traditional claim construction principles, includin
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USPTO Director Michelle Lee Resigns

USPTO Director Michelle Lee Resigns | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
USPTO Director Michelle Lee sent an e-mail to employees of the USPTO notifying recipients that she submitted a letter of resignation.
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How UC-Berkeley’s CRISPR license could limit innovation

How UC-Berkeley’s CRISPR license could limit innovation | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
A smart biotech company could have a great idea for how to use gene editing to develop a new lifesaving therapy -- but because of the way licensing deals have been cut by UC-Berkeley and Massachusetts' Broad Institute, it would never get a chance to try it.
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University of California seeks assignment of nanopore patents from former grad student

University of California seeks assignment of nanopore patents from former grad student | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
The dispute relates to ownership of a series of patents covering DNA sequencing, which UC says were developed while the inventor was obliged t
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Flux and Uncertainty in the CRISPR Patent Landscape

Flux and Uncertainty in the CRISPR Patent Landscape | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
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Who are the Founders of University Spinouts?

Who are the Founders of University Spinouts? | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
Venture capitalists place considerable emphasis on founding teams. As VCs, we think a lot about what personality types, backgrounds, and skills to look for in a solid company founder. Some of the…
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Crippling the Innovation Economy: Regulatory Overreach at the Patent Office

Crippling the Innovation Economy: Regulatory Overreach at the Patent Office | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
This paper explains how the PTAB has become a prime example of regulatory overreach. The PTAB administrative tribunal is creating unnecessary costs for inventors and companies, and thus it is harming the innovation economy far beyond the harm of the bad patents it was created to remedy. First, we describe the U.S. patent system and how it secures property rights in technological innovation. Second, we describe Congress’s creation of the PTAB in 2011 and the six different administrative proceedings the PTAB uses for reviewing and canceling patents. Third, we detail the various ways that the PTAB is now causing real harm, through both its procedures and its substantive decisions, and thus threatening innovation.
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Intellectual Property 101: What Your Business needs to know about Trade Secret Law

There are some things you don’t want your competitors to know about your business: customer lists, sales data, secret formulas for your products. As you now know by reading our guides, copyright protection doesn’t extend to lists/data, and although trademark law may prevent others from labeling their competing products in certain ways, it does little to prevent your competitors from misappropriating your formulas to create knock off products.
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Major CRISPR Patent-Holders Agree to Patent Pool

Major CRISPR Patent-Holders Agree to Patent Pool | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
The Broad Institute and others sign on to participate in a platform designed to streamline the licensing process. 
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10 Intellectual Property Strategies For Technology Startups

10 Intellectual Property Strategies For Technology Startups | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
Intellectual property (IP) issues often are among the most important considerations that a technology startup will encounter. We present 10 important steps all tech startups should take.
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Supreme Court speeds copycat biologic drugs to market

Supreme Court speeds copycat biologic drugs to market | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday cut the time it will take for copycat versions of biologic drugs to get to the market in a pivotal ruling about an expensive class of medicines that can yield billions of dollars in sales for drug companies.
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Academic Patent Licensing Helps Drive the U.S. Economy

Academic Patent Licensing Helps Drive the U.S. Economy | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
The impacts of academic patent licensing on GDP are up 14% while  the number of U.S. jobs supported rose 12% since the previous report issued two years ago.
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Federal judge upholds $234 million award to WARF in Apple infringement case

A federal judge in Madison, WI, has upheld a $234.3 million award in damages against Apple, after the tech giant lost a patent infringement lawsuit filed b
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Navigating technology transfer issues

Navigating technology transfer issues | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
David Giljohann began contemplating a career in entrepreneurship as he was finishing up his Ph.D. in 2009 at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Together with his principal investigator (PI), he had realized the commercial potential of modifying nanoparticles with nucleic acids to create targeted, personalized medicines for a myriad of diseases. He and his advisor approached the university’s Technology Transfer Office (TTO), which serves to help researchers in all aspects of commercialization.
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Six significant moments in patent history

Six significant moments in patent history | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
By Matt Kwong(This article was produced independently of Reuters News. It was created by the public relations department of Thomson Reuters Intellect
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UC appeals U.S. patent board decision on CRISPR-Cas9

UC appeals U.S. patent board decision on CRISPR-Cas9 | Technology Transfer & Innovation | Scoop.it
Appeal asks court to reinstate interference between UC patent application and Broad patent for revolutionary gene-editing technology
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