UC leads patent list for 12th year, Stanford moves up to No. 4
San Francisco Business Times - 10:22 AM PDT Friday April 7, 2006
The University of California was the school with the most patents for the 12th straight year in 2005 and Stanford University moved up to No. 4
The annual ranking by the United States Patent and Trademark office showed UC with 390 patents for inventions, down from 424 in 2004.
Stanford University received 90 patents in 2005, up from 75 the prior year, placing it in a tie for fourth with the University of Texas, whose total dropped from 101 in 2004.
The California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, whose patent total dropped to 101 from 135, was passed as No. 2 on the 2005 ranking by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, whose total rose to 136 from 132.
In order, the top 10 included the University of California, MIT, CalTech, Stanford, University of Texas, University of Wisconsin, Johns Hopkins University and University of Michigan tied for sixth, University of Florida and Columbia University.
Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal
- ► 2007 (799)
- Bay Area businesses leaders optimistic about forec...
- Median family income rose 3.15 percent over the pa...
- Tourism report shows Napa's appeal helps North Bay...
- Business confidence in Sonoma County remained stro...
- Massive Solano wind energy project comes online
- Suisun City Old Town anchor project gets green lig...
- Vacaville Nut Tree overpass to be completed by Aug...
- Solano County predicts $20 million surplus
- California employers are poised to see a third str...
- Lennar learning from base projects
- Career fair attracts several hundred with 85 emplo...
- UC leads patent list for 12th year
- spirit' keeps downtown Fairfield businesses evolvi...
- Massive Solano County wind energy project comes on...
- March unemployment down in East Bay - East Bay Bus...
- Vallejo's Hiddenbrooke housing project moves forwa...
- Rosier year at Sutter Health
- WestAmerica earnings up 17 percent in Q1 - Sacrame...
- UC Davis offers freshman admission to record numbe...
- BIO 2006 in Chicago Surpasses Records
- 'Yes' on Measure H
- Developer Shops for Retail Anchor
- Alza Gets Honor as Employer in Region
- Suisun, Rio Vista Look to the Water to Bring in Mo...
- Solano EDC Backing Sales-Tax Measure
- Portofino in the Pipeline
- Food Manufacturer Brings Economic Nutrition to Fai...
- Senate Bill Proposes Millions to Buy More C-17s
- Suisun City Eyes Revamp in Downtown
- Bee Liners Now Part of Travis' C-17 Squadron
- Suisun City to Sell Downtown Land to Developer
- Squadron Flies Last Mission on C-5 Galaxy
- Face Lift Under Way for Plaza Downtown
- Fairfield Already Safer
- ▼ April (34)
- ► 2005 (627)
- ► 2004 (125)