F1 Should Universities Throw in the Towel on High Tech Patenting and Licensing
|Track:||IP Trends and Successful Practices|
|Target Audience:||All Audiences|
Luis Mejia , Stanford University
Frederic Farina, Ph.D., California Institute of Technology
Lori Paulin, Hewlett-Packard Company
James Spohrer, IBM
Erik Straser, Ph.D., Mohr Davidow Ventures
High tech products sometimes have thousands of patents in a single product. As frequent purveyors of single patents, how do we get the attention of high tech companies? And should we? Does it make sense (business, financial, relationship, etc.) for universities to patent in high tech if a start-up or other company is not already interested in licensing the technology?
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