Eye on Education

University of Cincinnati Sues Crayola

The University of Cincinnati is suing Crayola in federal court, claiming that the toy company’s popular Glow products use technology the university has patented…

The complaint says that Crayola’s Glow Board, Glow Dome and Glow Book use light-source inventions created by the school’s optical-physics researchers. It asks that Crayola halt its use of the technology and pay the school damages for “willfully” infringing on the school’s patent.

Read more at: www.dispatch.com

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