This Article surveys the problems that university administrators face when seeking to exploit proprietary rights in new technologies,with particular regard to computer software. In so doing, it explores larger questions about the proper role of intellectual property laws in protecting applied scientific know-how and the proper role of universities in exploiting the opportunities that such laws increasingly make available.
J. H. Reichman,
Computer Programs As Applied Scientific Know-How: Implications of Copyright Protection for Commercialized University Research,
42 Vanderbilt Law Review
Available at: https://scholarship.law.vanderbilt.edu/vlr/vol42/iss3/1