Although BIO and the undersigned higher education associations held different views on the Stanford v. Roche case, the organizations are united in the desire to ensure that the U.S. technology transfer system continues to generate these public benefits through the robust provisions of the Bayh-Dole statute. We are committed to working together in light of the Supreme Court’s decision to ensure the continued vibrancy of public-private partnerships and success of our shared objectives.
Presentation on Bayh-Dole Act: 1980 to Present by Jon Soderstrom, Managing Director, Office of Cooperative Research, Yale University, and AUTM President-Elect 2007
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