You are not likely to find Joseph R. Robinson sitting on a little chair in a classroom telling a group of third-graders that “patents can be your friends.”

You will, however, find him in Troy, N.Y., where he organizes an annual patent law seminar at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute that is aimed at helping young scientists and engineers learn the intricacies of intellectual property protection.

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