Here are the winning essays

Inventors Digest magazine selected the four winners of its national and Carolinas youth innovation essay contests, after evaluating some 400 submissions from across the country. We announced the winners last week; we’ve...

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Going. Going. Gone?

In 2006, Chicago-based Ocean Tomo launched an ambitious plan – provide a market where inventors, small companies and large corporations could buy and sell patents at open auction, a sort of Sotheby’s for IP. Yet after early...

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15 vie for Lemelson-MIT InvenTeam prize

The Lemelson-MIT Program today announced 15 teams of high school students, teachers and mentors selected to participate in the 2009–2010 InvenTeam initiative. The teams will pursue year-long invention projects and be provided...

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Your Guide to Injection Molding

By Jack Lander When it comes to tooling parts, three main principles apply: Tooling is available in a range of options based on quality and cost. Each option fits a total anticipated lifetime quantity of parts to be produced....

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Inside INPEX and InventHelp

By Mike Drummond Editor’s note: This story appeared in our September 2008 issue. Inventor’s Digest has no relationship – unofficial or otherwise – with the planning or production of INPEX. Patent attorney David DeMay is seated...

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