Abstract

This article addresses the impact of integration of academia, industry, and government on the public nature of research. The article concludes that, while the integration has benefited science immensely, regulatory measures should be taken to restore the public nature of research in an age of integration.

Comments

Biennial Rev. L., Sci. & Tech. 1 (2009)

Keywords

Research, Science, Intellectual Property, Technology, Transfer, Government Funding

Date of Authorship for this Version

2009