Not true exactly...we had a lawyer from lennon heather in dublin give us
a guest lecture on software issues a while back and this issue was
raised.. he said that because you had to pay to go to college and
because you were not getting any monetry return from the college then
the college has no claim on it. That was his take on it. He told the
class to throw Copyright (c) Hugh Mc Gauran 2001 at the top of each
On Fri, 06 Apr 2001, Joe O'Reilly stated:
> Yup, if you do something great in your final year project, and therefore
> present it for assessment, it belongs to the university.
>> Uni's all over the world make a lot of their money from patents on such
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