The following U-M policies relate to patenting, copyright, and other tech transfer procedures. Tech Transfer representatives are available to assist you in answering questions related to these policies or directing you to the proper resource.
The U.S. Bayh-Dole Act of 1980 allows universities and other non-profit institutions to have ownership rights to discoveries resulting from federally funded research, provided certain obligations are met. . . MORE
Addresses U-M ownership of patents, copyrights, computer software, and other property rights. . . MORE
For information on the U-M Medical School internal policy on revenue sharing of the Medical School share. . . PDF
Addresses ownership of copyrighted works created at or in affiliation with U-M. . . MORE
As a U-M faculty or staff member you are expected to comply with the university’s COI policies and your unit’s COI/COC policy (see COI Policies) by annually disclosing any outside interests related to your university job responsibilities, and disclosing any changes to outside interest within 30 days. . . MORE
Highlights U-M’s policies and practices concerning student IP. . . MORE
There are many compliance requirements that intersect with individual activities and roles. The following links provide an overview of the U-M compliance resources available related to Conflict of Interest and Research Activities as well as contact information for experts in those areas. . . MORE