Academy IP close to finalizing SUNY patent pact

We learned recently that the Research Foundation of the State University of New York (SUNY) has signed a 60-plus-page letter of intent to offer rights to most IP out of the SUNY system to Academy IP, headed by John Cianammea, previously of North Carolina State (see also the June 25, 2007 LRNJ). The ...

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