Accidental Inventions: When an OOOPS becomes big money
Play Doh was discovered by accident, as was were penicillin, Velcro and the microwave. Join DaVinci Labs as they host a prolific inventor, Phil Watts, who will discuss how to recognize an ‘Accidental Invention,’ protect it, and then bring that invention to market.
We will also be hearing from the Patent Attorney who is protecting Mr. Watts’ accidental invention in the new energy space, and how these two men plan to change the way people store energy across the globe in the next several years.
Speaker 1: Phil Watts, inventor. medical device professional. formerly of Lawrence Livermore Labs.
Speaker 2: David Boyd, Patent Attorney with Kilpatrick and Townsend, formerly with HP.
What: ‘Accidental Inventions, When an OOOPS becomes big money.’
Date: Monday, August 27, 2012, 6:00 – 8:30 pm.
Where: The DaVinci Institute, 511 E. South Boulder Road, Louisville, CO.
Registration is highly recommended:
Cost: Free. Free beverages (beer & soda) between 6 and 7pm.
Contact: Jill Maxwell, 303-604-4472, firstname.lastname@example.org
DaVinci Labs is an exclusive event where ‘smart people come to think.’
DaVinci Labs is sponsored by The DaVinci Institute, a futurist Think Tank and educational organization based in Louisville, CO.
DaVinci Labs is hosted by Brian Baker of TheFirstUser.com. All presentations are peer reviewed for the benefit of an intelligent, thinking audience.
DaVinci Institute: 303-666-4133 or www.davinciinstitute.com