News & Events
March 24, 2011
The IP Section of the Office of Counsel and Technology Transfer host informational sessions to inform Laboratory inventors, project staff and other interested Laboratory professionals about issues relating to APL tech transfer. Innovation ΧΔ Lunchbox is a fun, bi-annual, lunchtime event for recognizing and celebrating APL's creative process and innovation. During the event an outside speaker shares his or her perspective on innovation.
Many of us are nostalgic for yesteryear's lunch boxes that showed off our favorite cartoon characters and movie stars. Today's modern "lunchbox" shows off the creative spirit - think of the Japanese Bento box, retro lunch boxes, virtual lunchbox communities sharing everything from music to new ideas...
So what's in your lunchbox? What creative ideas would you like to exchange with your colleagues?
The Innovation ΧΔ Lunchbox event, held on March 24, 2011, was a celebration of APL's patented innovation. Patent plaques were awarded for patents issued between Sept. 1, 2009 and Feb. 28, 2011. OTT's co-sponsors for this event included the IP Section of the Office of Council, the National Security Technology Department and the Asian American Heritage Club.
Approximately 190 staff members were in attendance at this event which began with a farewell to Frank Cooch from Jackie Wells. Plaques were awarded by Frank Cooch and Norma Lee Todd. Finally, Dr. Hamed Faridi, Vice President of Research & Development of McCormick & Company, Inc. discussed McCormick's "tasteful" innovation process and their passion for flavor.
Dr. Hamed Faridi