Discover & Deliver
As governments take steps to re-open the economy, one sentiment prevails: Americans must get back to good health before we can get back to business as usual.
Connectivity Boosts the Creative Economy in the COVID Era
Despite the near-total shutdown of movie theaters brought upon by COVID-19, innovation in the audiovisual sector has continued at a brisk pace.
Qualcomm’s 5G: Generational Leadership, Foundational Technology
Revolutions in transportation, breakthroughs in energy, building materials, electronics, and manufacturing, each in their own way set the world galloping – or more appropriately, driving – toward a new era of productivity and prosperity.
#LabelsAtWork: Passion Lives at the Heart of the Music Ecosystem
The modern record label consists of dedicated, experienced teams who partner with artists to bring fans the world's best music.
Money for Nothing: The Billion-Dollar Pirate Subscription IPTV Business
Piracy used to mean bringing a camcorder to a movie theater or selling burned DVDs ––on a busy city sidewalk. But as technology has advanced, so have pirates’ models of service.
Enabling the 5G Revolution
Ericsson has been a driving force in the development of mobile wireless technology, from 2G to LTE and now 5G.
Why Intellectual Property Protection Matters in the Time of Coronavirus
The coronavirus is placing a huge strain on hospitals, doctors, and nurses. While some states are beginning to see a plateau or decline in cases, others have yet to be hit with the full force of this terrible pandemic.
Makeup Artist Matteo Silvi Tries to Rough Up Chris Hemsworth in Extraction
Makeup artist Matteo Silvi is used to traveling the world on film assignments. For example, his recent work with actor Chris Hemsworth on Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame and Men in Black: International took Silvi to England, Scotland, Morocco, New York, and Atlanta, Georgia.
Together, We’re Creating What’s Possible
For more than 30 years, Gilead has pursued breakthroughs that were once thought to be impossible.
Covid-19, Meet Ingenuity
This is not the world’s first pandemic. Cholera, bubonic plague, smallpox and influenza have each taken their turn ravaging mankind. Fortunately, we have something they didn’t: Innovation.
Insulin: More Than 90 Years of Innovation
Insulin has changed significantly since its discovery. Learn about the story of innovation of this life-saving medication.
Rep. Martha Roby: Creating and protecting new ideas
Throughout the years, advancements in technology have altered and changed the world we live in.
USA: World’s Best in Access to Innovative and Creative Works
When evaluating policy options, U.S. policymakers would be wise to look for best practices to consider – or, perhaps more importantly, worst practices to avoid – from around the world.
Highlights: The 2019 Annual IP Champions Gala
This week, the Global Innovation Policy Center hosted our annual IP Champions Gala. Each year, the event acknowledges the bright minds who advance humanity’s capacity for growth and encourages innovation among IP professionals and advocates.
Support Competition, not Compulsory Licenses
In order for the private sector to develop new and innovative cures in global markets, countries must have strong legal and regulatory frameworks in place.
USMCA: Empowering Innovators to Invest in the Cures of Tomorrow
Enter the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), and intellectual property’s (IP) front and center.