I gave a lecture at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks today, as a guest of Professor Daisy Huang.
The attendees had great questions and were very smart and engaged on the subject matter. I struggled to boil down everything I wished science and engineering students knew about IP law into 40 minutes. I probably cut at least 4 or 5 other potential 40 minute talks from the material before I settled on these concepts. It was a fun exercise and the enthusiasm of the students (and faculty) made the experience very rewarding.
Slides available here (Intellectual Property for Engineers and Scientists) in case others may find them useful. (As usual, feel free to use, quote, distribute, etc. so long as you leave my copyright notices in place for substantially similar works and note my presentation as the source for any material you may use in derivative works you may create.)