“Few people outside of the innovation ecosystem understand the value of intellectual property,” reports Forbes in an article out this week, “Who is Intellectual Property For?
A National Science Foundation study released in 2021 about the value businesses place on various IP rights found that organizations that conduct significant R&D place a higher
For more than a decade prior to the start of the war in Ukraine, scientific research collaborations between Russia and U.S. and EU-member nations were declining.
When it comes to understanding intellectual property rights at least one organization has come to believe that less is more. A fresh approach to learning
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.
Some coronavirus management tools will be complex, others relatively low-tech. Most will come from diverse sources and a few will be highly valuable. Developing and
Leading legal expert and proponent of patent quality and IP rights, Adam Mossoff, has been named to the board of directors of the Center for
Trade secrets, or know-how, frequently in the news, are simultaneously among intellectual property’s most valuable and misunderstood rights. A luncheon briefing designed to put these
The IP Awareness Summit 2018 – IP literacy matters The second annual Intellectual Property Awareness Summit is being held at Columbia University in New York
More nations today have an innovation policy than do not – that is except for the U.S. The U.S. not only has no centralized innovation
Congressman Doug Collins (R-GA) launches the CIPU Washington briefing with a personal account of IP growing up on a farm. He said that a number
WASHINGTON, DC –– What is innovation policy? What does it mean to U.S. competition and jobs? Who is responsible for it? These are among the