Dr. Gerald Barnett is a recognized thought leader in the arena of intellectual property management and technology transfer. With more than two decades of experience, Dr. Barnett's inspiration remains motivated by the talented researchers in universities, industry and government, whose dedicated work remains focused on making a difference in the world.
Over the last several years, Dr. Barnett has challenged current university policies and practices that were put in place over thirty years ago due to the Bayh-Dole Act. He believes that this legislation has limited innovation, collaboration and competition in American universities.
IP Advocate is delighted to have Dr. Barnett's in-depth perspective on a subject so important to its readers.
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