Stronger patents - better innovation - bigger economy
Congress should be working to grow the economy instead of weakening it.
Increases in Innovation, Patent Boom Leads to Development in China
The Chinese government has been aggressively incentivizing increased patent filings. In many ways, China’s innovation economy is a near photo-negative of the current iteration of the U.S. patent system.
Now more than ever, the US must reclaim leadership in tech
We’re currently in one of the most pivotal moments in U.S. history. Technology is advancing at a faster pace than ever before, bringing with it unprecedented opportunities for businesses of all sizes and across all industries.
STRONGER Patents Act Introduced in House, Seeks to Strengthen a Crippled Patent System
The STRONGER Patents Act was designed to “strengthen the United States’ crippled patent system” by restoring patents as property rights, making court standards uniform and giving star
Why China is a leader in intellectual property (and what the US has to do with it)
United States President Donald Trump is not the first to complain about intellectual property (IP) theft by Chinese companies but ironically it was US companies’ use of Chi
2018's Most & Least Innovative States
Innovation is a principal driver of U.S. economic growth. In 2018, the U.S. will spend an estimated $553 billion on research and development -- more than any other country in the world and over 25% of the world’s total -- helping the nation rank No. 4 on the Global Innovation Index.
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.