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On This Day in IP History

April 10, 2013

Today marks the 223rd anniversary of the modern American patent system. On April 10, 1790, President George Washington signed the United States’ first patent act, giving the members of the Patent Board authority to grant a patent and inventors the rights to their creations. Read More


In recognition of National Women’s History Month (themed Inspiring Innovation Through Imagination), I would like to recognize five women whose inventions improve my life every day in conveniently significant ways. Read More


Women’s History Month

March 21, 2013

Women have had some great impact on areas of STEM, but it is important to also recognize that we as a company, a country, and as a world community must do better to encourage women to pursue educations and careers in STEM fields. Read More


In honor of National Inventors' Day in the U.S., please join us as we recognize past and future inventors. Read More


The Innovation Landscape

January 17, 2013

This post summarizes a couple of recent articles that cover historical factors that led to a booming invention economy in the 1960’s, how lower manufacturing in America may negatively impact our progress, and what may be in store for software innovation going forward. Read More
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