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THE PHARMA REVIEW (MAR 2010)

Indian Bayh Dole: Is it Relevant or Negligent?

Kunal Saxena, Patil Harshad, Kushal Shah, S Poojee, A N Nagappa

Abstract
The Bayh Dole Act 1980 is an existing regulation in USA which deals with the management of intellectual property of public funded projects. There were positive outcomes fallowing the enactment leading to spurt in registration of patent out of public funded projects in USA. In India also the scientific research in academia and research organizations the major fund givers are central and state Government agencies like DST, DBT, CSIR, AICTE and UGC. The Government of India in order to foster patent filling out of public funded projects introduced the Protection and Utilization of Public Funded Intellectual Property Bill 2008” in the month of January 2009 in Rajya Sabha. There is lot of debate happening among stakeholders regarding the impact of the bill on patent management of public funded projects. A summary of discussions is presented in this article.

 

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