patrick at corona
Wed Apr 5 22:17:50 EST 1995
On Mon, 3 Apr 1995, Ambiocom - Richard Dana wrote:
> I do research for a company. I should be permitted to exchange information
> with other scientists freely.
I would think that you, in fact, cannot exchange info absolutely freely
with other scientists since you do work for a company. How would the
company react to you spilling trade secrets or providing information to
others, and potential competitors, before they apply for a patent on some
discovery or procedure? You are free to communicate insofar as it
doesn't run counter to the interests of your employer.
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