By Steven Swan for BiolawToday.org. Hey startups and first-time inventors, congratulations and thank you for furthering society! I hope your ideas come to fruition and that your hard work pays off. At this point, you may or may not have considered patent protection for your idea or invention. If you haven’t, don’t fret. For many, […]
By Professor Jorge Contreras for BiolawToday.org. As “big data” analytical techniques become increasingly prominent in biomedical research, attention is being drawn to the generation and character of large biomedical data repositories. In a chapter that is forthcoming in Governing Medical Knowledge Commons (Katherine Strandburg, Brett Frischmann & Michael Madison, eds., Cambridge Univ. Press 2017, in […]
By Melissa Bernstein for the Faust Law Library Blog – Banned Books Week (Sept 25 – Oct 1, 2016) is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, it highlights the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book […]
By Heather Gilmartin Adams for EDRblog.org. On a break in a recent workshop, I reflected to my co-facilitator on the energy of the group during a section I’d just led: “I can’t figure out what’s going on with them. They seem really edgy and are stuck in a victim mindset. Maybe the horrible echoes in the […]
By David Duncan for BiolawToday.org. In my second year of law school (2L), I was a Biolaw Fellow for the S.J. Quinney College of Law, Center for Law and Biosciences (LABS). In my fellowship assignment, I worked for the Center for Medical Innovation’s Bench-to-Bedside (B2B) program where I assisted six teams of inventors in the […]
This post by Jeff Ostermiller is reprinted with permissions from the Utah Department of Environmental Quality for EDRblog.org Sometimes it’s hard for me to keep my inner cynic in check. This is particularly true during presidential elections, when the divisive nature of our political system makes compromise among differing viewpoints seem impossible. In contrast to […]
By Melissa Bernstein for the Faust Library Blog – The library will be closed on Monday, September 5 for Labor Day. The reference desk will be closing at noon on Friday, September 2.
By Michele Straube It’s class prep time in academia, and I’ve been looking through my “new topics” collection to update my Conflict Management lesson plans. It quickly became apparent that there are a few blogs and listservs that are my “go-to” reading on communication, negotiation and conflict management skills, and collaborative process best practices. I’ll […]
By Melissa Bernstein for the Faust Library Blog – Have a quick reference question but there’s no one around to help you? Check out our new Patron FAQ page for answers to some frequently asked reference questions.
By Jamie Holmstead for EDRblog.org. A few weeks ago I had the privilege to attend the Environmental Dispute Resolution Program’s Dialogue on Collaboration seminar. This seminar was focused on the importance and challenges of involving elected officials in collaborative efforts, specifically water-related issues. As I prepared myself mentally for what I would encounter at the […]