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What patent changes will mean for inventors
March 16 is a big day for innovators, inventors and creators. That's the day that the United States will change it's patent system from the first-to-invent system of filing for a patent to the first-to-file system.
For many companies and creative individuals, the pressure's on to take advantage of the current patent system before the big day.
But will the change hurt or help businesses and universities?
Michigan Radio's Cynthia Canty spoke with two University of Michigan professors: Bryce Piltz, an assistant professor in the Entrepreneurship Clinic, and Max Shtein, a professor in the Entrepreneurship Master's Program and in Materials Science and Engineering
You can listen to the full interview above.
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