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Table 2 Overview of intellectual property licensing policy landscape

From: Global health equity in United Kingdom university research: a landscape of current policies and practices

University Has publicly committed to general principles of SRL Plans to endorse SRL within 1 year Has endorsed specific licensing strategies for promoting access Has endorsed licensing strategies that prioritise generic production
University College London Yes N/A Yes No
University of Edinburgh Yes N/A Yes No
University of Manchester Yes N/A Yes No
University of Oxford Yes N/A No No
Imperial College London Yes N/A No No
University of Dundee Yes N/A No No
University of Bristol Yes N/A No No
LSHTM No Yes No No
University of Liverpoola No Yes No No
University of Aberdeen Nob No No No
University of Nottingham Nob No No No
University of Sussex Nob No No No
University of Birmingham No No No No
University of Cambridge No No No No
Cardiff University No No No No
University of Glasgow No No No No
King’s College London No No No No
University of Leeds No No No No
University of Leicester No No No No
Newcastle University No No No No
Queen Mary No No No No
University of Reading No No No No
University of Sheffield No No No No
University of Southampton No No No No
University of Warwick No No No No
  1. Data from systematic website searches (policies only), self-reporting via electronic survey, and responses to requests for information made under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (practices only)
  2. SRL socially responsible licensing, LSHTM London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
  3. aPolicies on intellectual property management in effect at the University of Liverpool do not affect the management of intellectual property at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, the latter of which is not included in this study
  4. bResponses to surveys indicated general commitment to principles of SRL by the technology transfer office, but this commitment was not official or public at the time of data collection