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  • Open Access, Open Source, and Intellectual Property Policies at US Universities

    Hi, Daniel S. Katz of the University of Chicago recently posed a question about current policies at (US) universities concerning the development of open source software. He compiled answers he gathered from various experts and posted an article entitled:

    Open Source Software and University Intellectual Property Policies

    https://danielskatzblog.wordpress.co...ty-policies-2/

    There is also a highly informative comment section, which includes information about the relevance of the Bayh-Dole Act (regarding patents from US government funded research conducted at universities). The article and discussions expand current understandings of the nature of open access software created in the (US) university setting.
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