Science House offers a full-service innovation and patent consultancy. Infused with the knowledge and deep connections of a global network, we specialize in successfully bringing ideas from your mind to the market in a rapidly shifting innovation environment.
Led by inventor James Jorasch, our team of inventors and attorneys can:
Widespread confusion about the patent system is becoming a serious concern for companies and organizations looking to create or maintain a competitive advantage. As every industry generates new products and services at a faster and faster pace, staying competitive requires that more and more attention and resources are directed at innovation. We streamline that process to help you succeed. As workforces become more mobile and geographically dispersed, the innovation environment itself is changing radically and companies need to adapt. With more companies partnering with suppliers and distributors, innovation and intellectual property issues become far more complex. Science House manages this process, ensuring that the myriad participants in the innovation process are coordinated and productive, and that your ideas are well protected.
Our services can be offered on your site, or strategic sessions can be held within the Imagination Room at Science House in a private and relaxed atmosphere.
Science House Innovation is directed by James Jorasch, an inventor named on more than 500 issued US patents who served as head of inventing at Walker Digital for 14 years prior to founding Science House. His inventions cover a broad range of industries including telecommunications, financial services, healthcare, electronic commerce, casino gaming, lottery, retail point of sale systems, data security, game shows, video games, and vending. All of his inventions are focused on the relationship between humans and technology–making machines smarter, more useful and compelling. His inventions are currently owned or licensed by companies such as Facebook, Zynga, eBay, IGT, Groupon and Priceline.com. These patents have also been used to found spin-of startup companies such as HealthPrize, a Science House portfolio company.
Science House will be launching a number of inventing funds focused on the generation of licensable intellectual property. Funds will be raised to cover the cost of filing, administering, and marketing a series of patents. Each fund will be focused on a particular area or industry, with healthcare and consumer electronics as early targets. The generation of IP will take place during brainstorming sessions in the Imagination Room. Each session will convene a team of IP experts and industry experts to discuss a particularly hot area of innovation and generate novel ideas for patenting. After the rapid filing of patents, these will be licensed to companies active in the target industry.