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A summary of yesterday's @IP_STARS 2016 research webinar - answers & questions! http://t.co/sm4HSB6F53 http://t.co/6KDCQbVTEC

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Entrepreneurs Need Patent Reform via @forbes http://t.co/7pAg8okaX0 - @CALinnovates makes the case for tackling patent trolls

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