How to Protect Your Invention – The Process

PROTECT YOUR INVENTION

The world is full of inventions and each invention solves a problem. An invention is a unique or novel device, method, composition or process. An invention can serve many purposes. An invention, or a further-developed version of it, may serve purposes never envisioned by its original inventor(s) or by others living at the time of its original invention. More...

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Thinking Robots Learn Cooking, Watching Online Videos
By Clarke On Wednesday, January 14th, 2015
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Thinking Robots Learn Cooking, Watching Online Videos

Computer scientist Yiannis Aloimonos from University of Maryland is developing robotic systems which are able to visually recognize objects and generate new behavior based on the observations. It will not be long More...

Hoverboard
By Clarke On Tuesday, January 13th, 2015
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The Best 10 Inventions Of 2014

Some of the inventions can make our lives better, easier, smarter and more fun. Here are the 10 best inventions of 2014. Hoverboard- A California based tech firm has come up with real life hoverboard, which can More...

ISRO Successfully Launches GSLV Mk- III from Sriharikota
By Clarke On Thursday, December 18th, 2014
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ISRO Successfully Launches GSLV Mk- III from Sriharikota

The biggest and the heaviest rocket from India to enter space GSLV Mark III was launched successfully by the ISRO today from Sriharikota. India has plans to send humans into space and this is the first baby step More...

E-learning
By Clarke On Wednesday, December 17th, 2014
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Robot With Human Walk Designed By German Researchers

A few German researchers have succeeded in developing a unique robot that can walk not like a robot, but just like a human. The researchers were inspired by the stick insect. This new robot designed by German researchers More...

Australian Researchers Set World Record for Highest Solar Power Efficiency
By Clarke On Tuesday, December 9th, 2014
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Australian Researchers Set World Record for Highest Solar Power Efficiency

A research team from the University of New South Wales achieved a record solar power conversion efficiency of 40.4 percent using the standard solar cells combined with filters and mirrors. This is the highest ever More...

Sunita Williams Returns to Earth after Spending 4 Months In Space
By Clarke On Saturday, November 29th, 2014
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Sunita Williams Returns to Earth after Spending 4 Months In Space

The Indian American astronaut Sunita Williams along with her two co-astronauts Aki Hoshide and Yuri Malenchenko have returned to Earth after spending four months in the orbit. She landed safely along with her two More...

Impact of the technologies and importance
By Clarke On Friday, October 24th, 2014
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Impact of the technologies and importance

Every day, the human beings are using different types of advanced technologies to make their work easier. From the morning to the night one can using the advanced technology as well as it is the constant companion More...

Apollo Astronauts
By admin On Sunday, September 21st, 2014
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How Does the Moon Actually Smell?

For years, mankind has been too concentrated on being capable of flying to the moon. Of course, besides the moon, there have also been quite a few other destination planets that the human race has been trying to More...

Pisco-Ica Desert
By Rana On Tuesday, September 16th, 2014
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Fossils of Ancient ‘Toothy’ Dolphin Discovered at the Desert in Peru

All that people know now about the Pisco-Ica desert is that it is simply a desert full of sand and dust and that it extends alongside the coast at the southern part of Peru. Nevertheless, some sixteen million years More...