Monday, April 02, 2007

Chronicle of Higher Ed discusses Badylak flap at Purdue

The Chronicle of Higher Education (Volume 53, Issue 31, Page A17 ) discusses the Badylak patent flap at Purdue:

Purdue University took a different tack with Stephen F. Badylak, leader of a research team there that discovered a technology for healing tissue and organs that has helped tens of thousands of patients and brought in millions in royalties. In September 2002, the institution fired him, and then, nine months later, sued him in federal court, accusing him of lying, theft, and patent infringement.


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