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re: IMEC sets up R&D center in Taiwan
resistion   10/21/2010 2:24:18 PM
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I would guess that IMEC would be co-assigned IP ownership for anything developed at this center. The other assignee being MOEA.

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re: IMEC sets up R&D center in Taiwan
Ron Wilson, Embedded.com   10/20/2010 7:15:09 PM
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I have to wonder how IMEC's Flemish and EU funders feel about helping Taiwan accelerate innovation and develop locally-owned IP. This seems like a particularly liberal attitude toward globalization--to use public development funds in one country to fund local development in a competing one. ron



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