Your USPTO: Rising to the COVID Challenge
It’s a privilege to announce the five winners of the USPTO’s Patents for Humanity: COVID-19 category competition. The awards recognize these innovators for their rapid response to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic through game-changing technologies.
When Was the 3 Millionth Patent Granted?
U.S. Patent No. 3,000,000 was granted to Dr. Kenneth R. Eldredge of Palo Alto, California, for an automatic reading system for utilities.
Eye On WashingtonLatest
Pending new USPTO director writes that she backs the notion of revised patent eligibility guidance
Moving at the Right Pace
Some inventors move way too fast to market, overlooking key considerations that could help them succeed or prevent them from wasting a lot of money. Some inventors move too slowly, paralyzed from too much analysis, and fail to move on their idea when it has a chance to succeed.
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The Language (and Vision) of Inventing
The inventor’s language, as I think of it, is a vision of form as well as sounds and their symbolic equivalents.
The Art of the Newsjack
Great publicists will always be looking for things in the news that make your product or invention reportable.
A Mechanical Puzzle and More
The makers of the Tetra Puzzle say “It's a captivating and mysterious challenge to understand and unlock. It activates your spatial reasoning and manual dexterity skills in a way that's immersive and deeply engaging.”
Made by accident, the Super Ball was an unlikely cultural phenomenon in the 1960s.
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