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June 2016
Dr. Garrick Louis
Distinguished Lecture Series

June 16 2016
Smart Communities: Intelligent Space and Responsive Design
Webinar


June 28 2016
State of Resilience Leadership Forum

June 29 2016
State of Resilience Leadership Community Workshop
Workshop

July 2016
Applications being accepted for 2017 Christine Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy Graduate Fellowship Program

July 31 2016
Indonesian Science Fund Grant Proposal Deadline


Media Coverage  

Innovation Best PracticeA Patent System for the 21st Century  (2004)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

August 8, 2015
A question of utility
The Economist
A growing amount of research in recent years, including a 2004 study by America’s National Academy of Sciences, suggests that, with a few exceptions such as medicines, society as a whole might even be better off with no patents than with the mess that is today’s system.

September 12, 2013
GAO Releases Report on Patent Infringement Litigation and its Consequences
Lexology
A 2003 National Academies report apparently indicated that this type of analysis “could be used to improve patent quality and examination by exposing patterns in the examination of patents that end up ...
 
August 28, 2013
ClaimsJournal.com
Some PTO staff said that the types of patents involved in infringement litigation could be linked to PTO's internal data on the patent examination process, and a 2003 National Academies study showed that such analysis could be used to improve patent ...
 

 

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