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February 26th, 2007
Savvy attitudes toward intellectual property are driving collaboration at Missouri State University's Roy D. Blunt Jordan Valley Innovation Center. They also are making Ryan Giedd, JVIC's executive director, a very busy man.
Two features designed for JVIC by Giedd and James P. Baker, MSU's vice president for research and economic development, address corporate IP concerns, primarily about patents, and are at least in part responsible for the growth that's keeping Giedd busy at JVIC, a facility where MSU's Center for Applied Science and Engineering and Center for Biological and Life Sciences - along with several research partners - will delve into cutting-edge science such as nanotechnology.
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