Institute President David Cole to Speak at Imagine Solutions Conference 2021

This virtual thought-leader forum brings together world-class visionaries to share ideas on today’s most relevant issues.

February 8, 2021

Science History Institute president and CEO David Cole will be a featured speaker at the virtual Imagine Solutions Conference 2021, a forum for “big ideas from renowned experts on critical issues.” Cole, who was recently interviewed by ABC7 in Fort Myers, Florida, will discuss the origins and history of the United States patent system in his talk titled “The ‘Secret Sauce’ in American Invention History.” 

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“Change: The New Normal” is the theme of this year’s all-virtual conference, which includes presentations by 19 thought leaders who are all recognized experts in their fields addressing matters of societal importance related to science, medicine and healthcare; business; social entrepreneurship; nonprofit; social sciences; the arts; conservation and the environment; exploration and discovery; and more.

Imagine Solutions Conference 2021 will feature six 90-minute virtual sessions over six days on February 22, 23, and 24, and March 1, 2, and 3. Registered attendees can watch sessions at 4 p.m. or 7 p.m. on those six days, or at any time for two weeks after the conference ends on March 3.

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