The Inventor's Project
Inventors depend on strong intellectual property laws to defend their innovations- create jobs- and secure investors. The Inventor’s Project was created to help protect those laws through education.
The Importance of Strong Patents
How to Evaluate Disruptive Inventions United States Senate
ASU Polytechnic July 2017
The Inventor’s Project hosted The Power of Inventing at Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus in Mesa, Arizona. The day featured a slew of inventors and intellectual property experts highlighted by a keynote address from inventRight’s Stephen Key. Congressman Paul Gosar, Co-Chair of the Congressional Inventions Caucus also addressed attendees on the importance of the American innovation machine.
Kansas City October 2017
The Inventor’s Project hosted The Power of Inventing 2.0 at The Kauffman Foundation Conference Center in Kansas City, MO. Co-hosted by The Ennovation Center and Inventors Center of Kansas City. we were honored to have Congressman Emmanuel Cleaver speak as well as addresses from the USPTO and local business leaders and entrepreneurs.
Along with Raymond A. Mercado, Ph.d., United Inventor Association, Inventor-center, Paul Morris, Adrian Pelkus, and Paul Hayes in Support of the Petitioner, the Inventor’s Project filed a brief this week for Amici Curiae. Read the entire Amicus Brief Here.
(Originally posted on USPTO) On April 26, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) celebrated World Intellectual Property (IP) day in Washington D.C., as well as across the country in Houston, Chicago, and Silicon Valley. The theme of this year’s World IP Day is “Innovation – Improving Lives.” One program which is a prime example […]
(This article originally appeared in The Hill) I strive to teach my daughters that they can all invent the next best mousetrap. As a capitalist, I then start discussing ways they could make money off their invention. That might not be the parenting style for everyone — it sometimes isn’t even the type of parenting […]