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Inventors Digest by Inventors Digest - 1w ago

Another mission for Dr. Gary Michelson: His institute that educates about intellectual property

The post Operation IP IQ appeared first on Inventors Digest.

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Inventors Digest by Reid Creager - 1M ago

Aided by—and being weaned on—high-tech gadgets, kids have never had more potential to innovate. Their pristine, innocently hopeful imaginations are not cluttered with practical constraints, their inventing goals seldom with self-centered intent.

The post Just Imagine appeared first on Inventors Digest.

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This month’s Inventors Digest celebrates the naivete and open-mindedness of children. It doesn’t matter whether their ideas are practical or can ever come to market. What matters is that they and the rest of us keep dancing.

The post Future of Inventing? We Should Think ‘Big’ appeared first on Inventors Digest.

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Inventors Digest by Steve Brachmann - 2M ago

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued a memorandum on January 9, affirming a U.S. District judge’s 2017 grant of partial summary judgment in Hope Road Merchandising v. Jammin Java Corp. The Ninth Circuit’s decision upheld a nearly $2.5 million damages award for trademark infringement in favor of Hope Road, the licensing and merchandising arm for Marley’s family, against the coffee distributor.

The post Marley Judgment Upheld appeared first on Inventors Digest.

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In advance of next year’s Summer Olympic Games, the Japanese government is looking to minimize the risk of hackers intervening with its showcase event.

The post Test Hacking in Japan, Sandals with a Bottle Opener and More appeared first on Inventors Digest.

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Inventors Digest by Inventors Digest - 2M ago

The United States again achieved the top overall ranking as the strongest intellectual property regime in the world.

The post U.S. Leaps in Patent Rights appeared first on Inventors Digest.

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Inventors Digest by Inventors Digest - 3M ago
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Inventors Digest by Jeremy Losaw - 3M ago

Start-ups at CES offer breakthrough potential.
I scoured Eureka Village and found some awesome start-ups that have taken their own spin on the category.

The post Good Wellness Comes in 3s appeared first on Inventors Digest.

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Inventors Digest by Reid Creager - 3M ago

The Cupcake Rack inventor overcomes the heartbreaks of inventing—and life—with help from friends.
“I didn’t have a leg to stand on! I was horrified, it was Christmastime, everyone was on vacation, and I was bawling my eyes out every single day.” —Liz Crouch
A neurosurgeon told family members there was no hope; her infant grandson’s brain was swelling, his skull fractured, a leg broken.

The post Tears to Triumph appeared first on Inventors Digest.

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Inventors Digest by Elizabeth Breedlove - 3M ago

Don’t overlook your personal account as a way to market your invention.
Post regular updates using your account in order to connect with those who could be interested in what you (or your invention) have to offer.

The post Reinvent Your LinkedIn Profile appeared first on Inventors Digest.

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