Intellectual Property and Biotechnology
Robert Blackburn, Chiron Corporation

 

183

   

Discussion

 

189

   

Concluding Remarks
Gordon Moore, Intel Corporation

 

191

V.

 

RESEARCH PAPERS

 

193

   

The Federal Partnership with U.S. Industry in U.S. Computer Research: History and Recent Concerns
Kenneth Flamm, University of Texas at Austin

 

195

   

Public Research, Patents, and Implications for Industrial R&D in the Drug, Biotechnology, Semiconductor and Computer Industries
Wesley M.Cohen, Carnegie Mellon University John Walsh, University of Illinois at Chicago

 

223

   

Bioinformatics: Emerging Opportunities and Emerging Gaps
Paula E.Stephan, Georgia State University Grant Black, Georgia State University

 

244

   

Recent Trends in the Federal Funding of Research and Development Related to Health and Information Technology
Michael McGeary, McGeary and Smith

 

261

VI.

 

ANNEX

 

319

   

A. Biographies of Contributors

 

321

   

B. Participants List

 

327

   

C. Bibliography

 

335



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