On Wednesday, May 12, join the USPTO’s partner organization, the Smithsonian’s Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation, for a discussion about technology and accessibility in winter sports. Sarah Will, Paralympic skier and accessibility advocate, and Mike Schultz, inventor of the Moto Knee and Versa Foot, will join Jane Rogers, the National Museum of American History’s sports curator, to talk about their respective careers and overlapping interests in advocacy for accessible sports. Register now for this free, online event to learn more about the history of, and ongoing technological innovations in, adaptive skiing and snowboarding.
Real-time captioning will be available.
Questions about this event? Email MidwestRegion@uspto.gov or call 313-446-4800 for more information.