Please click button to get research handbook on intellectual property and the life sciences book now. Diverse Harmonization: Indian Example Srividhya Ragavan 21. Patenting Biosimilars Claudia Mund 2. Under the Copyright Act, works of non-employees such as consultants, independent contractors, etc. The author explains the motivation of greentrepreneurs, the drivers of the green revolution into the future, and how to find the right market for your solution. Individuals who are employed by the University in an appointment of 50% or less time do not owe their primary teaching duty to Stanford and therefore may teach for another institution, as long as such teaching does not interfere with their duties at Stanford.
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In this regard, see the University's policy on, which is found in the Privacy of Student Records section of the Stanford Bulletin. Works for hire subject to his principle include works that are developed, in whole or in part, by University employees. It will prove an invaluable research tool for all those involved in copyright research who wish to keep up with the pace at which this area of law is evolving. Therefore, if the creator of a copyrightable work makes significant use of the services of University non-faculty employees or University resources to create the work, he or she shall disclose the work to the Office of Technology Licensing and assign title to the University. Consistent with the existing University policies regarding the commercialization of inventions, any commercialization of course content and courseware created and taught at Stanford will be undertaken by the University.
Parallel Imports within the European Union Gert Wurtenberger 26. While the primary focus of the book is on Europe and the United States, the fourth section includes country-specific case studies on Australia, Brazil, China, India, Japan, Kenya, South Africa and Thailand to provide a truly international perspective. Author by : Abbe E. Contents: Preface Part I - Medicine and Pharmaceutics 1. The committee noted that this policy should apply regardless of whether the teaching is provided in person or through an electronic format. Physical embodiments of copyrightable works may also be subject to the University's policy on , also in the Research Policy Handbook document. Ownership of copyright is distinct from the ownership of any material object in which the work may be embodied.
At the same time, the committee recognized faculty interest in extending the impact of their scholarship through external distribution of courses. However, they may not use their Stanford title or affiliation in any way to promote the teaching activity at the other institution or to imply that there is Stanford sponsorship of the activity. The Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and the Life Sciences comprises contributions by leading experts from academia and industry to provide in-depth analyses of key topics including pharmaceuticals, diagnostics and genes, plant innovations, stem cells, the role of competition law and access to medicines. Author by : Joshua D. Faculty creating textbooks that include additional course materials should not allow publishers to assert broad control over derivative works and limit the ability of the faculty member or the University to use and distribute the course materials in the future. If you are authenticated and think you should have access to this title, please contact your librarian.
It discusses market research and business planning, details of forming a business, issues of employing people, smart intellectual property management, obstacles encountered in a difficult fundraising climate, and much more. The new edition of the Research Handbook captures these fast moving developments and goes far beyond a mere update of the chapters. Blanket permission is provided for evanescent video or other copies for the use of students, or for other University purposes. It also looks at the players and process of selling to the government; the federal, state, and local regulatory impacts; government incentives and tax programs designed to spur clean technology development; and grants, loans, and other funds as sources of capital. Date: February 19, 2013 To: Department Chairs and Program Directors From: John Etchemendy, Provost Subject: Statement on Outside Teaching and Online Course Materials The Presidential Advisory Committee on Technology in Higher Education was convened in February 2012 to provide guidance on the use of educational technology both on and off campus. However, faculty are permitted to make written course materials they personally create available to peers at other academic institutions for noncommercial academic or personal use outside the University.
Stanford University resources are to be used solely for University purposes and not for personal gain or personal commercial advantage, nor for any other non-University purposes. Accordingly individuals who are permitted to teach elsewhere should prevent the other institutions with whom they work from using the Stanford name or its insignias, identifying them as Stanford instructors as opposed to instructors at the institution in which the courses are offered , or making statements that imply that Stanford sponsors, endorses or otherwise vouches for their courses. Patents on Native Traits: What Scope of Protection? For example, copyright in pedagogical, scholarly or artistic works to which the University disclaims ownership under this policy shall be held by the creators regardless of whether the work constitutes a work-for-hire under copyright law. The term of copyright in works created on or after January 1, 1978, is the life of the author plus seventy years. Copyrightable works that are subject to sponsored research agreements or other contractual obligations of the University shall be owned by the University, so that the University may satisfy its contractual obligations.
In accord with academic tradition, except to the extent set forth in this policy, Stanford does not claim ownership to pedagogical, scholarly, or artistic works, regardless of their form of expression. Part I The first section of the book lays the groundwork for any new entrepreneur to understand the history of the environmental and clean technology movements. The University will not, however, undertake any commercialization without the agreement of the faculty-creator and will ensure that any revenue arising from commercialization will be shared with the creators, their departments and schools, as is done with patent income. The Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and the Life Sciences comprises contributions by leading experts from academia and industry to provide in-depth analyses of key topics including pharmaceuticals, diagnostics and genes, plant innovations, stem cells, the role of competition law and access to medicines. When copyright is assigned to Stanford because of the provisions to this policy, the creator of the copyrighted material may make a request to the Dean of Research that such ownership be reconveyed back to the creator. McManis and Brian Yagi 16.
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