Creating an ecosystem for entrepreneurship on a university campus, and the myths and realities of working with intellectual property in China will be the focus of a day-long conference in Madison Nov. 13.
“China and U.S. University Intellectual Property” will feature faculty from UW-Madison and from Nanjing University, along with Wisconsin lawyers, CEOs and IP experts. The conference follows a related workshop held in Nanjing in May, organized by the UW Law School’s East Asian Legal Studies Center and the Nanjing University Law School.
The Nov 13 event is being jointly organized by the Wisconsin China Initiative and the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF). The agenda and registration link for the free public conference is available online.
Click here to read the press release: “International Conference on University Intellectual Property at UW.”