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CRISPR Controversy Continues with Patent Dispute

It’s a technology that has the potential to wipe out disease, delete undesirable traits, and transform entire industries.
Imagine a world free from disease, where crops can grow and thrive despite environmental deficiencies and defective genes can be easily and affordably corrected. That world may ex… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2017/01/crispr-controversy-continues-patent-dispute/

Get the Facts on Flossing: Patents, History & The Great Debate

To floss, or not to floss? That is the question.
To floss, or not to floss?  That is the question.  At least, it is now thanks to a recent report published by the Associated Press.  Early last month, the popular news organizatio… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2016/09/get-facts-flossing-patents-history-great-debate/

Bitcoin's Big Break: Digital Patents, Technology & Innovation

Bitcoin may seem to have dropped off the radar since its rocking debut back in 2009, but some say it's making a comeback.
Bitcoin may seem to have dropped off the radar since its rocking debut back in 2009, but some say it's making a comeback.  If no one took Bitcoin seriously when it first … https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2016/06/bitcoins-big-break-digital-patents-technology-innovation/

White House Honors Science, Technology & Innovation

President Obama awarded the National Medal of Science and the National Medal of Technology and Innovation to 17 astonishing individuals.
On May 19th, President Obama awarded the National Medal of Science and the National Medal of Technology and Innovation to 17 astonishing individuals in this year's ceremony held a… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2016/05/white-house-honors-science-technology-innovation/

NASA and Microsoft Bring Mars to Earth with New Tech

In 2015, NASA and tech giant Microsoft joined forces to create a more efficient way for scientists to conduct research on Mars.
In 2015, Microsoft and NASA teamed up to create a technology that would allow scientists to virtually interact with the planet Mars.  Together, the two organizations aspired to fi… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2016/04/nasa-and-microsoft-bring-mars-earth-new-tech/

The Bright Side of Patents: A Harvard Business School and NYU Study

A new working paper published by Harvard Business School's Joan Farre-Mensa and New York University's Deepak Hegde and Alexander Ljungqvist investigates the significance and effects of patents on start-up businesses.
A new working paper published by Harvard Business School's Joan Farre-Mensa and New York University's Deepak Hegde and Alexander Ljungqvist investigates the significance and effec… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2016/02/bright-side-patents-harvard-business-school-and-nyu-study/

Couple Lends 3-D Printed Hand to Those in Need

What started as a group with 100 people has now grown into the e-NABLE Community of more than 7000 members.
In 2011, Ivan Owen and his wife Jen were just a normal innovative couple, excited to demo a functioning, mechanical hand that Ivan had built for their first ever steampunk convent… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2015/12/couple-lends-3-d-printed-hand-those-need/

Off the Wall Patents and Innovation

Students at the Royal College of Art in London were experimenting with walls when they created a conductive paint that eliminates the need for wire cables and sockets.
A recent patent filed by Google could make decorating for the seasons much easier.  The tech company has outlined plans for a projection system that uses a combination of lasers a… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2015/10/wall-patents-and-innovation/

Founding Fathers and the U.S. Patent System

In honor of Independence Day, we're taking a look back at some of the founding fathers and how they helped shape the patent system we know today.
In honor of Independence Day, we're taking a look back at some of the founding fathers and how they helped shape the patent system we know today. George Washington, the first U.S… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2015/07/founding-fathers-and-us-patent-system/

ASU Ranks Top 50 for University Patents in 2014

The National Academy of Inventors (NAI), in association with the Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO), recently released its list of the top 100 global universities granted U.S. utility patents in 2014.
The National Academy of Inventors (NAI), in association with the Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO), recently released its list of the top 100 global universities gran… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2015/06/asu-ranks-top-50-university-patents-2014/

Emerge 2015 Coming March 6th to SkySong

Arizona State University is looking forward to its 2015 Emerge event to be held at SkySong on March 6th.
Arizona State University is looking forward to its 2015 Emerge event, with ten teams preparing to share their creative vision of what's to come with visitors like you. Watch as the… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2015/02/emerge-2015-coming-march-6th-skysong/

Bloomberg Philanthropies Extends Innovation Teams Program

Bloomberg Philanthropies recently announced that 14 new cities have been selected to take part in the Innovation Teams program.
Bloomberg Philanthropies, headed by former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, recently announced that 14 new cities have been selected to take part in the Innovation Teams pro… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2014/12/bloomberg-philanthropies-extends-innovation-teams-program/

Innovation & Expertise: What Makes A Genius?

To this day, researchers are still trying to explain the reason behind creative and intellectual superiority, more specifically asking: Is it nature or nurture that's more responsible?
We often define genius as a person demonstrating exceptional creativity or intelligence, either in general or in a specific field.  Albert Einstein is usually one of the first peo… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2014/12/innovation-expertise-what-makes-genius/

Amazon Robots Ready for Holiday Shoppers

Amazon is gearing up for the holiday season, putting a team of robots to work in its warehouses.
Amazon is gearing up for the holiday season, putting a team of robots to work in its warehouses.  Bright orange and resembling a larger Roomba, these robots are designed to help li… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2014/11/amazon-robots-ready-holiday-shoppers/

Vienna Tech Festival Gives Flying Cars the Green Light

The AeroMobil 3.0 made its first appearance at a technology festival in Vienna this week.
AeroMobil, the Slovakian company responsible for the flying car, recently released a new prototype.  The AeroMobil 3.0 made its first appearance at a technology festival in Vienna… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2014/10/vienna-tech-festival-gives-flying-cars-green-light/

Three Unique New Startups to Watch

Starting a business is no easy feat, yet tons of creative individuals continue to be inspired, all attempting to develop the next big thing.
Starting a business is no easy feat, yet tons of creative individuals continue to be inspired, all attempting to develop the next big thing.  In fact, 68% of entrepreneurs believe… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2014/10/three-unique-new-startups-watch/

Innovative CardioPad Could Save Millions from Heart Disease

Five years ago Arthur Zang, a young computer engineer from Cameroon, began working on a project to help make cardiovascular medicine more accessible to patients in developing countries.
Five years ago Arthur Zang, a young computer engineer from Cameroon, began working on a project to help make cardiovascular medicine more accessible to patients in developing coun… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2014/10/innovative-cardiopad-could-save-millions-heart-disease/

USPTO Adds Schools to Law School Clinic Certification Program

The USPTO recently made the announcement that 19 new schools will join the USPTO’s Law School Clinic Certification Pilot Program, providing pro bono legal services to the public.
The USPTO recently made the announcement that 19 new schools will join the USPTO’s Law School Clinic Certification Pilot Program, providing pro bono legal services to the public. … https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2014/09/uspto-adds-schools-law-school-clinic-certification-program/

Quirky Loses Out on GE Appliances and Patents

Last year, GE and New York-based start-up Quirky announced a new partnership in an effort to help inventors of all kinds develop their ideas from start to finish.
Last year, GE and New York-based start-up Quirky announced a new partnership in an effort to help inventors of all kinds develop their ideas from start to finish.    Members of th… https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2014/09/quirky-loses-out-ge-appliances-and-patents/

World's Youngest Innovators: Two Whiz Kids to Watch

Ten-year-old inventor Adeeb Al Blooshi and 17-year-old Jack Andraka are on the fast track to success.
Ten-year-old inventor Adeeb Al Blooshi is on the fast track to success, holding seven patents and more than 100 certificates and awards for his inventions. Named as one of the … https://www.globalpatentsolutions.com/blog/2014/08/worlds-youngest-innovators-two-whiz-kids-watch/

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