We’re closing the IP education gap.
We provide instructors, students, and creators with first-of-a-kind resources about patents, copyrights, trademarks, and more — all for FREE.
Why is Intellectual Property Important?
Intellectual property has grown from a narrowly specialized legal field into a major force in American social and economic life today.
Watch our trailer to learn more.
The Intangible Advantage
Intellectual Property’s imprint is everywhere – from Silicon Valley startups to Fortune 500 board rooms.
Any person today who does not understand at least the basics of intellectual property — and its value and role in science, business, arts, and the professions — will find him or herself at a distinct disadvantage in the world of tomorrow.
The Intangible Advantage aims to make intellectual property accessible to everyone, not just lawyers and CEOs.
How do exclusive rights to your inventions benefit you and society?
Can you protect a wide variety of artistic and intellectual works?
Why are distinctive words, names, and symbols valuable?
Do you have to publicly disclose your creation to gain legal protection?
Watch Video Series
We believe anyone can learn about intellectual property. Start with our free video series on copyrights, patents, trademarks and more.
Created by the Brightest Minds in Intellectual Property
Gary K. Michelson
Publisher, Contributing Author
The most prolific inventor in the history of medicine, and is the sole named inventor of more than 950 already issued patents throughout the world.
Served as Under Secretary of Commerce and Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Named one of the “World’s Top 300 Intellectual Property Strategists” by Intellectual Asset Management magazine.
With Contributing Authors
Paul R. Michel, Richard Epstein, Paul M. Janicke, Randall E. Kahnke, Robert G. Krupka, Louis Foreman, and Kerry L. Bundy
The Michelson 20MM Foundation
The Michelson 20MM Foundation supports and invests in leading edge entrepreneurs, technologies, models and initiatives with the potential to improve postsecondary access, affordability, and efficacy.