This event educates entrepreneurs about important aspects of intellectual property (IP), how to think about IP strategy for their company, and what resources are available from the US Patent and Trade Office (USPTO) and other organizations. This event focuses on IP strategy for start-ups with presentations from Stephen Koziol from USPTO and Brett Nelson from Lee & Hayes. A panel discussion will explore differing viewpoints around effective IP Strategy moderated by Scott Maloney, Director of Innovation at Washington State University.
Facility Dynamics in Life Sciences – Flinn Ferguson Cresa
Current facility dynamics in the life science market today (with a spotlight on the Northwest / Greater Seattle). There is an overwhelming amount of data on these subjects today – what is most important is communicating the translational impacts of those data…what it means to you, your company, and why. Our team compiled some of […]
Life Science Washington Institute WIN Mentoring Program
The WIN Mentoring Program gives promising early stage Washington Life Science and Global Health ventures world class advice and assistance through their most critical stages. In this milestone-focused program, entrepreneurs are matched with an all-star team of seasoned volunteer advisors. Entrepreneurs receive professional advice from teams of professionals with deep and diverse expertise in commercialization […]