NIH UNABLE TO TRACK SCRIPPS COMPLIANCE WITH BAYH-DOLE ACT -- HHS INSPECTOR GENERAL; NIH SHOULD INVESTIGATE NON-COMPLIANCE OF OTHER GRANTEES
The HHS Inspector General's office has concluded that the National Institutes of Health is unable to track Scripps Research Institute's compliance with the Bayh-Dole act, which requires that a grantee include acknowledgement of federal support in its patent application.
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