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Invent Together Commends Passage of the IDEA Act by Senate Judiciary Committee, Invent Together

For Immediate Release Press Contact: Drew Holden l [email protected] l 202-669-3128 Invent Together Commends Passage of the IDEA Act by Senate Judiciary Committee This Legislation Will Help Provide Crucial Data Needed to Promote Diversity in Invention and Patenting Washington, D.C. (April 29, 2021) — Today, Invent Together’s Executive Director Holly Fechner issued the following statement Invent Together Commends Passage of the IDEA Act by Senate Judiciary Committee, Invent Together

Celebrating National Inventors Month: Uncovering Overlooked Inventors and Changing the Future of Patent Diversity, Invent Together

Inventors worldwide have made all of our lives better by turning their ideas into products that suit our everyday needs. From Thomas Edison, who in 1877 invented the phonograph, to Gideon Sundback, Elias Howe, Whitcomb Judson and Max Wolff, who worked together to create what we now know as the zipper, inventors find ways to Celebrating National Inventors Month: Uncovering Overlooked Inventors and Changing the Future of Patent Diversity, Invent Together

Invent Together Applauds Senate Inclusion of the IDEA Act into Endless Frontiers Act, Invent Together

For Immediate Release Press Contact: Drew Holden l [email protected] l 202-669-3128 Invent Together Applauds Senate Inclusion of the IDEA Act into Endless Frontiers Act Bill Will Help Provide Crucial Data Needed to Empower Diverse Inventors Washington, D.C. (May 19, 2021) — Today, Invent Together’s Executive Director Holly Fechner issued the following statement on the Senate’s Invent Together Applauds Senate Inclusion of the IDEA Act into Endless Frontiers Act, Invent Together

Tillis introduces bill to close the patent gap faced by women, Invent Together

“The reintroduction of the IDEA Act is a crucial step toward ensuring that our nation’s inventors have equal access to our innovation ecosystem, regardless of gender, race, or income. Invent Together applauds this important effort to gather the data we need to build a more diverse and inclusive patent system,” RICHMOND, Va. (WAVY) — U.S. Tillis introduces bill to close the patent gap faced by women, Invent Together

Industry Groups Urge Quick Passage of Reintroduced IDEA Act, Invent Together

“By making the patent process more inclusive, we will help drive economic growth and elevate communities hurt by longstanding discriminatory barriers.” – Rep. Nydia Velázquez Representative Nydia Velázquez (D-NY), Senator Mazie K. Hirono (D-HI), Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC), and Congressman Steve Stivers (R-OH) yesterday reintroduced the Inventor Diversity for Economic Advancement Act (IDEA Act), which Industry Groups Urge Quick Passage of Reintroduced IDEA Act, Invent Together

Congress Introduces IDEA Act, Crucial Step Toward Diversifying Invention and Patenting

Today, a bipartisan, bicameral group of Members of Congress introduced the Inventor Diversity for Economic Advancement (IDEA) Act, which allows the USPTO to collect demographic data on inventors from patent applicants on a voluntary basis. Invention is a core American value. American inventors developed the lightbulb, the airplane, the hypodermic needle, the mobile phone, and Congress Introduces IDEA Act, Crucial Step Toward Diversifying Invention and Patenting

Closing The Gender Gap In STEM Inventions – A Conversation With Qualcomm’s EVP & President Of The Technology Licensing Business – Alex Rogers

“Diversity is paramount and we must accelerate initiatives both from the private and public sector that focus on encouraging women and other underrepresented groups to become involved in science and technology, become entrepreneurs, and get involved in the arc of innovation, including obtaining intellectual property rights,” Alex Rogers, Executive Vice President and President of Qualcomm Closing The Gender Gap In STEM Inventions – A Conversation With Qualcomm’s EVP & President Of The Technology Licensing Business – Alex Rogers

Remembering Women Innovators on International Women’s Day

Inventing and innovation have always played a major role in moving society forward. The United States has specifically been known for its ingenuity and innovation. Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone, Henry Ford invented the moving assembly line, Robert Fulton invented the steamboat – the list goes on. However, systemic barriers created by social expectations Remembering Women Innovators on International Women’s Day