EPISODE 1- 40 Years in Review: Bayh-Dole to 2021
In this episode, we interview Joseph Allen, from Joseph Allen and Associates, to discuss the Bayh-Dole Act and how it still impacts IP 40 years later.
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In 1980, the Bayh-Dole Act was enacted by U.S. Congress, which changed how ownership of an invention is pursued. Almost 40 years later, how has this act fared?
On Episode 1 of Making Medicine, John Stanford, Executive Director of Incubate Coalition, introduces Joseph Allen to cover:
- How Bayh-Dole came to be, starting with Purdue University
- The original intent of ‘march-in’ rights and how it affects Bayh-Dole
- Who was this act for, and how has it played out 40 years later?
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