"One way to ensure that offices truly act in the public good, says Rooksby, is to promote broader public understanding of the tech transfer process. “Intellectual property as a topic is misunderstood… but the issues are important,” says Rooksby. “They are important in isolation and in aggregate. These problems are too important and too impactful on the public to just let the lawyers figure them out.”"
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Patent Pending; The Crimson, 10/20/16
C. Ramsey Fahs, The Crimson; Patent Pending: