Leonardo da Vinci Fellowship Research Grant

George Mason University School of Law



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The Leonardo da Vinci Fellowship Research Grant is open to students enrolled at the Center for Intellectual Property x Innovation Policy. You must submit a proposal on any IP or IP-related field, including patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, or rights of publicity, among others. The research proposals can address any topic or issue within these fields, providing economic, philosophical, historical, scientific, or doctrinal analysis, among others. You must also submit a precis of no fewer than 700 words that identifies the subject matter of the research, the thesis asserted or hypothesis to be tested, the motivation for the project that identifies how this project fills a current gap in the literature or otherwise addresses a compelling research question, the methodology to be employed, a brief summary of the supporting analysis, a proposed budget and a list of prior publications if applicable.

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