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|Title: ||FOSS issues in technology transfers from the University to the Industry|
|Authors: ||Laurent, Philippe|
|Other: ||European Opensource & Free Software Law Event (4th : 2011 : Barcelona)|
|Issue Date: ||4-Nov-2011|
|Type: ||Conference lecture|
|Abstract: ||FOSS has always been particularly welcome in Universities. Its spirit corresponds generally with the academic state of mind, and royalty-free technologies are particularly appreciated where money is usually lacking.
But at the opposite side of the spectrum, the universities¿ TTO¿s (Technology Transfer Officers) are supposed to ¿valorize¿ the production of research departments and to enable profit making cooperations with the industry. How should FOSS licensing be tackled in such context?|
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