Innovation and Intellectual Property Are Driving the Global Economy

State-sponsored industrial espionage and Internet raids to steal intellectual property have prompted universities and other research centers to rethink the process of value creation and how to protect it. Calit2 and INVNT/IP have organized a half-day conference focused on how academic innovation creates value, and how that drives the global economy. Co-sponsors include the UCSD Jacobs School of Engineering, Rady Business School, and School of International Relations and Pacific Studies. The agenda includes experts in academic research, technology transfer, protecting intellectual property, and wealth creation. More information and online registration are here.

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