US Patent and Trademark Office – “The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is the federal agency for granting US patents and registering trademarks.”
US Copyright Office – “The US Copyright Office promotes creativity and free expression by administering the nation’s copyright laws and by providing impartial, expert advice on copyright law and policy for the benefit of all.”
Cost-Effective IP Strategies for Biostartups – Short article describing the options available. On IPWatchdog.com.
What Start-ups Need to Know About Intellectual Property – Article in National Law Review. September 25, 2018.
Video: “Essential IP Advice for Small Business Commercialization” presented by NCATS SBIR/STTR. Featuring USPTO patent application & examination processes. Video of webinar on YouTube, Download Slides. USPTO representative presents the “processes for protecting a small business’s IP, the role the USPTO plays in the patenting process, and the patent and trademarking resources available to the small business community.”
Intellectual Property Startup Kit – 10 dos and don’ts of IP for startups, IP primer, annotated non-disclosure agreement. From Penn Law.
iEdison – Interagency Edison is where scientists receiving grants or contracts report government funded inventions, which is required by the Bayh-Dole Act.