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A Wake-Up Call for Schools

 

 

Manny Schecter, IBM’s Chief Patent Counsel and CIPU board member,  discusses IP within the educational system.

By Manny Schecter.

The future of the American economy and our national security depend upon continued innovation. We need a work force skilled in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to enable the initiation of innovation required to drive the U.S. economy, and skilled in the role of intellectual property in promoting innovation…

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Intellectual property education crucial to America’s future

 

 

 

By C. L. Max Nikias and Gary K. Michelson, M.D.

Intellectual property (IP) industries today generate 38.2 percent of total U.S. GDP, or an astonishing $6.6 trillion in annual output.  IP is also responsible, directly and indirectly, for 30 percent of total U.S. employment ….

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Intellectual Property Education: More Work to be Done

Educating students on the uses and workings of intellectual property has grown in recent years, but ‘there is still more work to be done towards introducing IP into course curriculum,’ according to a Center for IP Understanding (CIPU) survey released this week.

 

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IP “literacy” matters – CIPU promotes IP awareness for all

The video features interviews with business, academic and government leaders who attended the recent Intellectual Property Awareness Summit (IPAS 2017) in Chicago.

It explores the growing interest of governments and businesses in helping to promote innovation and economic growth through effective IP protection.

To watch the video, go here.

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Patents and Prejudice

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a person in possession of a good invention, must be in want of a patent, but with the emergence of significant abuses of the system, public perception has suffered. Manny Schecter explains. . .

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Living on Awareness

As the first of its kind, the Intellectual Property Awareness Summit aimed to enhance IP understanding and address confusion. Bruce Berman explains. . .

 

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