A video recently shot and edited by University of Colorado, Colorado Springs students asked three timely questions: What do students know about intellectual property rights?
IBM and IPwe, believe that NFTs, Non-Fungible Tokens – one-of-a-kind limited digital editions – can transform stagnant patent monetization into a trillion dollar market. Two IP icons
Streaming may have saved the recording industry from the loss of CD sales, but it has not helped most musicians earn a basic living. Recent
Sale of a digital limited edition associated with the development of a Nobel Prize recognized cancer-fighting invention, a precursor to the patent, may provide businesses,
Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo recently told interviewer David Rubenstein: “That experience [as a venture capitalist investing in medical device and IT health companies] enables
When it comes to intellectual property rights, nothing impedes like success. President Joe Biden last week threw his support behind the World Health Organizations proposal
America cannot be complacent about its top position in the innovation economy. That was the key takeaway from Senator Thom Tillis introductory remarks at the
No one is sure of exactly what the future of transportation will look like but if current patent grants from the major automobile companies are
Intellectual property and entrepreneurs, China, diversity & inclusion and overlooked intangible asset value will be among topics addressed at the 4th Intellectual Property Awareness Summit,
The 2021 Intellectual Property Awareness Summit will be held virtually this year free of charge on April 28th-29th and feature a total of 18 speakers.
“If you’ve got really good ideas, you have to be a good salesman,” says Lemelson-MIT prize winning inventor Woody Norris. Some inventors achieve limited success,
A recently compiled list of leading black inventors, scientists, engineers and creators, men and women, provides a compelling survey of American achievement in innovation in