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Announcing: $10,500 in Funding Allocated to Support 14 Campaigns at First-Ever Invent for Humanity Event

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The Center for Applied Innovation Announces $10,500 in Funding Allocated Toward 14 Campaigns During the Invent for Humanity™ Technology Transfer Exchange Fair March 2, 2012 (Chicago, IL) – The Center for Applied Innovation, a Chicago based 501(C)3 non-profit organization, announced … Continue reading

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Patents for Humanity – New USPTO Humanitarian Initiative

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On Wednesday I watched as David Kappos announced the USPTO’s new humanitarian initiative – Patents for Humanity. “Innovation is 99% about failure, which is expensive,” Kappos said. He’s completely right. It is difficult to disseminate knowledge due to the high … Continue reading

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Terminology Tuesday – Technology Transfer

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As we get closer to the big event in January, we realize that some of our partners and friends may not be familiar with some of the terminology used in discussing Invent for Humanity and Intellectual Property issues. Introducing Terminology Tuesday – … Continue reading

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Terminology Tuesday – Licensing

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As we get closer to the big event in January, we realize that some of our partners and friends may not be familiar with some of the terminology used in discussing Invent for Humanity and Intellectual Property issues. Introducing Terminology Tuesday – … Continue reading

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Terminology Tuesday – Intellectual Property

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As we get closer to the big event in January, we realize that some of our partners and friends may not be familiar with some of the terminology used in discussing Invent for Humanity and Intellectual Property issues. Introducing Terminology Tuesday – … Continue reading

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Today is both World Development Information Day AND United Nations Day

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From UN.org “The General Assembly in 1972 instituted World Development Information Day to draw the attention of world public opinion to development problems and the need to strengthen international cooperation to solve them.The Assembly decided that the date for the … Continue reading

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Featured Interview with Luis Moreau, a new Invent for Humanity Fellow

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Luis Moreau is a unique and diverse individual with an even more interesting background. Luis is a trained Venezuelan lawyer with a Masters of Law from Chicago-Kent College of Law and Masters in Business Administration from Spain. Luis has focused … Continue reading

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Terminology Tuesday- Appropriate Technology

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As we get closer to the big event in January, we realize that some of our partners and friends may not be familiar with some of the terminology used in discussing Invent for Humanity and intellectual property issues. Introducing Terminology Tuesday … Continue reading

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Invent for Humanity Founder Participates in WEF Summit on the Global Agenda 2011

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Jim Malackowski, Founder of Invent for Humanity, traveled to Abu Dhabi to participate in the World Economic Forum (WEF) Summit on the Global Agenda 2011 scheduled for October 10-11. The Summit on the Global Agenda is an annual global brainstorming … Continue reading

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Featured Interview with Piet Hendrikse, Inventor of the Q Drum

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The Q Drum is an appropriate technology that was created to solve an issue that many rural people may face — transporting clean water. It is a durable, doughnut-shaped container which holds up to 50 liters of water. The cylindrical … Continue reading

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