Category Archives: Science

The “performance” aspect of professional practice

Another interesting article in NY Times today. This time focusing on how some doctors are realizing that they are “performing” when providing their services: What Doctors Can Learn From Musicians Even more intriguing from my perspective is the following statement … Continue reading

Categories: Art, Creativity, Methods, Science, Services, Uncategorized

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The line between basic and applied research; episteme/science vs techne/art

Exactly two months since my last blog post–not sure where the time went! A NY Times article today provides an excellent story to illustrate the distinction (and hand-off point) between basic and applied research. For purposes of my Means of … Continue reading

Categories: Art, Biotechnology, Commercialization, Healing Arts, Innovation, Intellectual Property, Life & Health Sciences, Methods, Science, Technology, Technology Transfer, University to Industry

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Kent Greenfield and “The Myth of Choice”

Boston College law professor and author Kent Greenfield was in town yesterday to give a thought-provoking colloquium to the UW Law faculty on his new book The Myth of Choice. Through vivid and entertaining visuals and anecdotes he synthesized much … Continue reading

Categories: Antitrust & Competition Law, Commercial/Contract Law, Corporate/Securities Law, Employment Law, Jurisprudence, Law, Regulatory & Compliance Law, Science, Tax

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Great Example of an “Innovation Producer”

An article in the NYT a few days ago featured a young woman who managed to “invent” a prosthetic limb that would reduce phantom limb pain in amputees. The story is great for many reasons. But my focus here is … Continue reading

Categories: Commerce, Commercialization, Electrical & Digital Arts, Entrepreneurship, Goods/Artifacts, Innovation, Life & Health Sciences, Technology, Technology Entrepreneurship

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The Aftermath of Stanford v. Roche: Which Law of Assignments Governs?

Today, I’m reposting part two of the posts I wrote for the IPilogue on Stanford v. Roche. Yesterday, I posted a summary of the background issues involved in the United States Supreme Court case of Board of Trustees of Leland Stanford Junior University … Continue reading

Categories: Commercial/Contract Law, Commercialization, Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property, Law, Science, Technology, Technology Entrepreneurship, Technology Transfer, University to Industry

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