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Way Better Patents™ combines its custom patent and innovation analytics with authoritative scientific presence data to help its users gain a deeper understanding of what is Coming Soon™ on the innovative landscape. The more you know about what is being discovered and created locally and the science and technology behind it, the more focused your business, economic, and workforce development efforts can be.
Each week Coming Soon™ Digests present a state-by-state, town-by-town look at invention and innovation. The Digest reports on new inventions and patents, the inventors that earned them, the companies and universities that own them, and the science, technology, and engineering behind. See what is coming soon to the innovation economy.
The Map Room is a down to earth look at innovation with US and State heat maps of the geography and topology of invention; visual presentations of the nature of local and global collaborations, and more. Find your next outpost. Understand regional innovation dynamics. Find emerging markets for the latest technology.
Scientific presence is a holistic look at science and technology activity — an amalgam of demographic information about the population of scientists, engineers, and technologists in a geographic area, the amount of R&D money flowing into an area, who is providing it and what type of science is being funded all assembled into one comprehensive profile.
Patents Mean Business
The innovation process turns out to be intensely localized.
Innovation could contribute to reduction in the use of low skilled labor. Patenting growth is associated with high wage jobs.
Patenting growth is correlated with job growth, population growth, and increases in educational attainment rates.
Employment and labor productivity grow significantly in the year after a firm successfully patents its first innovation and that these positive effects persist for years afterward.