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Building IP Understanding

U.S. leadership in science and technology, entertainment and brands is no longer assured—with a widening gap between intellectual property awareness and understanding a major factor.This issue will be the main focus of the third annual Intellectual Property Awareness Summit on March 5, at The Faculty Club at UC Berkeley.

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Making Pot Predictable

Israeli inventor Guy Setton saw the need for a device to accurately analyze the key metrics of marijuana buds and created GemmaCert, to allow non-destructive testing and give consumers a predictable result.

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Frustration Unlatched

It’s frustrating enough when we struggle with a seat belt buckle during those occasional times on a plane. But opening a car seat buckle is something many parents do virtually every day.

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Just the Right Touch

If necessity is the mother of invention, then curiosity ought to be the father. The idea for Nested Bean’s flagship product, the Zen Swaddle®, was born out of my desperate need to find rest, and my curiosity about whether the soothing comfort that he felt in my arms could be mimicked. 

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All Winners

More than 500 award-winning K-12 inventors from across the world gathered at the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation In Dearborn, Michigan, on May 30-31 to compete for top awards at The Henry Ford’s Invention Convention U.S. Nationals.

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Order is Restored

Here’s a neat solution to the damage that smeared eye pencils and hastily spilled nail polish bottles can cause: the Makeup Junkie Bag, which is strong, washable and water resistant. It’s pretty and stylish, too!

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STEM Spark

Dr. Ayanna Howard is an entrepreneur, innovator, educator and an international expert in robotics who began her career working at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory on research to develop the next generation of Mars rovers. She recently shared her thoughts on increasing diversity among patent holders, the importance of intellectual property to start-up success, and female innovators in STEM fields

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Alice, 5 Years Later

On June 19 it will be five years since the United States Supreme Court issued a decision in Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank,  which significantly changed the way courts and patent examiners evaluated patent eligibility of computer-implemented innovation in the United States.

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