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IP in Action: Innovators and Tech Policymakers Converge at CES

IP in Action: Innovators and Tech Policymakers Converge at CES

Recently, GIPC joined over 170,000 people from around the world in Las Vegas to take in some of the incredible new innovations and technologies on display at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES). From 8K televisions slightly thicker than a piece of paper, to wearable translation devices that allow you to communicate in a foreign land, to ski goggles that offer “augmented reality,” CES had it all.

2015 Global #IPSummit: Illuminating the Possibilities

2015 Global #IPSummit: Illuminating the Possibilities

U.S. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin G. Hatch (R-UT) gives the Summit’s Friday morning keynote address. By Matt Harakal What brought a crowd of over 500 leading innovators, government officials, and industry association leaders to the U.S. Chamber recently? GIPC’s 3rd Annual Global IP Summit brought in guests from as far as China to as […]

4 Charts Explain the Economics of Drug Development

4 Charts Explain the Economics of Drug Development

This article was originally posted on the U.S. Chamber’s Above the Fold. Photo credit J.B. Reed/Bloomberg. Why can something as small as a pill you pop into your mouth sometimes cost so much? The answer is all the science, innovation, inventiveness, creativity, perseverance, and investment that allowed that little pill to come into existence. Explaining […]

Innovation Policy – the Elephant in the Room

Innovation Policy – the Elephant in the Room

This is the fourth in a series of innovation pieces leading up to the 3rd Annual Global IP Summit on November 5 & 6, 2015. Check out previous posts – Part 1: Why Innovation Policy is Critical Now; Part 2: A Legacy of Inventors, Entrepreneurs, and Innovators; Part 3: Being Competitive in the Global Marketplace. At the Summit, GIPC will release a new study looking at the state […]