Protecting American innovation
Start-ups and garage inventors should spend every bit of their energy and capital getting their ideas to the public and pushing the next inventor to compete.
Why the Car Industry is Still a Hotbed of Innovation
Probably no other invention has shaped modern life as much as the automobile. They’re a wonder of technology- pistons, gears, valves and wheels, streaming along highways and roads all over the world. For many, cars mean freedom, and the ability to pursue work and travel far from home.
Are Innovators Born or Made?
The question of whether people are born with innovative talent or can develop it has knock-on effects to issues ranging from productivity growth in the macroeconomy to innovators’ wages to the gender gap in entrepreneurship.
US intellectual property protection sorely lacking
We're No. 12! We're No. 12! That is not the chant that a proud American might have been cheering at the Olympic Village in Pyeongchang.
The U.S. Patent System, not China's IP Policies, is the Reason Behind America’s Decline in Global Competitiveness
The Chinese patent system has come a long way since the first intellectual property laws were passed in China in 1985.
NSF Fiscal Year 2019 budget to advance innovation, infrastructure
The National Science Foundation (NSF) released more detailed information regarding President Donald J. Trump's Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 NSF budget request to Congress.
Patent reform and innovation
At issue is a new procedure, established by the 2011 America Invents Act (AIA). It provides an mechanism for the Patent Office to double check its work and weed out its mistakes, revoking patents that never should never have been granted.
Falcon Heavy launch a major step for American innovation
Falcon Heavy’s launch was seemingly flawless. Reminiscent of the ‘90s space shuttle or ‘60s Apollo mission days, people gathered around to watch the huge rocket launch into space.
U.S. Patent System Falls to 12th Place in Chamber Global IP Index for 2018
This year the United States edged out the United Kingdom by a mere .01 points on the Chamber scale. The U.S. position was helped by improved scores relating to copyrights and trademarks, but was dragged down as the U.S.
US takes one step forward, two steps back on innovation
Although there are some positive outcomes illustrating the power of the patent system, there have also been some significant missteps in the other direction. By moving one step forward, but two steps back, the United States is losing ground as an innovative leader.