Speaking at an event last week in Pittsburgh, Andrei Iancu, Director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), made the following observation: “In order to truly advance innovation here in Pittsburgh and throughout the country, we must work to broaden the innovation ecosphere. Put differently, we need a higher percentage of our population to participate. And to that end, we need to focus on STEM and IP education, externships and hands-on industry opportunities. We must also identify appropriate role models for young people to excite them to look to futures in science, engineering and tech. The USPTO plays a leading role in this regard. Click here to read his full presentation.
Legislative Reception Celebrating Tennessee Entrepreneurship and Innovation
- Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, 401 Gay Street, Nashville
- Feb 25 2020
"What's the Big Idea 48-Hour Pitch Competition" Finale
- Scruffy City Hall, Market Square
- Mar 01 2020
TAEBC Annual Meeting
- Schneider Electric – Nashville Hub 6700 Tower Circle, Franklin, TN
- Mar 05 2020
UTRF "Start-up Showcase"
- Pilot Flying J Ballroom C, UT Knoxville Student Union, 1502 Cumberland Avenue
- Apr 08 2020
- Knoxville Convention Center
- Apr 17 2020