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What I've learned becoming a master inventor

Posted On: Feb 15, 2020   |   Posted By: Venture Beat

What I've learned becoming a master inventor

As a PhD grad in 2001, I had no idea how to “invent” something, much less file for a patent. Today, I'm the inventor/co-inventor of over 2,000 US patents.

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