Hatch meets with major tech firms, will release 'innovation agenda'
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) met this week with major tech firms including Apple and Amazon and will release an “innovation agenda” next week at a Capitol Hill event, a Republican aide confirmed to The Hill. Hatch also met with Oracle, Cisco and Qualcomm, the aide said.
Innovation Key to Job Growth in America
Offshoring production from the United States to factories overseas has arguably done a lot of damage to the U.S. economy. Over the last three decades, the trade deficit ballooned and millions of American manufacturing jobs were lost.
Commercial Space Industry Can Deliver Agility and Innovation for Better Space Resilience
The U.S. government urgently needs to transform its approach to space defense. Slow and onerous procurement processes are stunting the innovation necessary to sustaining the nation’s leadership in the national security space arena.
What Stops Us From Creating Breakthrough Innovations
Have you ever been part of an innovation project that started off with big ambitions and dreams about coming up with disruptive innovations which are expected to be game changing and end with a me-too or a watered down incremental innovation to an existing product category?
What Trump Means for the U.S. Patent System
Patent rights are an important part of U.S. innovation policy: If they're too weak, America's inventors may decide its not worth sharing their discoveries.
President Obama Signs Bill To Codify Presidential Innovation Fellows Program
The morning of Jan.
Head of US Patent Office Michelle Lee will remain under President Trump
There's been no official announcement about USPTO leadership from Trump's team, with the new president having been inaugurated earlier today.
IBM Breaks Innovation Record In 2016
International Business Machines Corp. continued its remarkable innovation streak after securing 8,088 U.S. patents in 2016. It marks the 24th consecutive year IBM earned the most patents of any other company.
Advisory Board Approves 11 DoD Innovation Recommendations
Top innovators, scholars and business leaders gathered at the Pentagon Jan. 9th for the second meeting of the Defense Innovation Advisory Board and approved 11 recommendations aimed at keeping the Defense Department on the cutting edge in technology, culture, operations and processes.
President Signs American Innovation and Competitiveness Act Into Law
The President signed into law the bipartisan American Innovation and Competiveness Act (AICA) (S. 3084). AICA represents a bicameral, bipartisan agreement that includes nine House Science Committee bills that passed the full House over the last two years, including H.R.