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Invention in America

July 3, 2013

At Intellectual Ventures, we believe that inventors play a crucial role in society and our economy. Turns out, the American public does too. In March 2013 and June 2013, during two periods of intense debate over inventor rights in the U.S. patent system, we commissioned real-time polling from Crowdverb to understand where public opinion fell on some of the issues at stake. Read More

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The invention marketplace relies heavily on innovation—in fact, it’s encompassed in innovation. Intellectual Ventures not only supports innovation, we participate in it and celebrate its successes. Read More

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The Bureau of Economic Analysis for the U.S. Department of Commerce will be including the value of American companies’ R&D spending and intellectual property to its calculation of gross domestic product (GDP). Read More

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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

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Washington State has cultivated some of the most advanced technology companies in the world, from Boeing to Microsoft. For our home state advantage to continue, investments in STEM education must keep pace. Read More
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