Posted by Adam Segal, Foreign Affairs (September 28, 2010)
In bid to end its dependence on foreign intellectual property and
become global power in science and technology, China is attempting to
foster indigenous innovation. Are the U.S. government and business
community right to be worried about threats to free trade and
intellectual property rights?
International Alliance of Science Parks (IASP) is
the worldwide network of Science and Technology
Parks. IASP connects park professionals from across the globe
and provides services that drive growth and effectiveness of the IASP's members.
Open Invention Network is an intellectual property company that has been formed to promote Linux by using patents to create the collaborative environment. It promotes the positive, fertile ecosystem for Linux, which
in turns drives innovation and choice in the global marketplace. This
helps to ensure the continuation of innovation that has benefited software
vendors, customers, emerging markets and investors.