World Patent Marketing Invention Team Presents Sunny Susie, A Delicious New Alcohol Invention To Warm The Palate

World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and engineer of patented products, introduces Sunny Susie, an alcohol invention that goes down more smoothly than most. “The alcohol industry is worth $ 400 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and …
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World Patent Marketing Success Team Presents Reel Cover, A Mobile Accessory Invention That Protects Mobile Phones From Damage

World Patent Marketing Reviews a New Mobile Accessory Invention. Will Reel Cover Be The Next World Patent Marketing Low Cost Success Story? World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and engineer of patented products, introduces Reel …
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The Invention of Morel by Adolfo Bioy Casares (tr. Ruth L.C. Simms)

When I put together my list for the Classics Club back in December 2015, I included a few translations just to mix things up a bit. The Invention of Morel (first published in 1940), was one such book. It’s an early novel by the Argentine writer Adolfo …
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Nike’s patent explosion continues as 56 inventions earn Feds’ OK – Portland Business Journal


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Nike's patent explosion continues as 56 inventions earn Feds' OK
Portland Business Journal
Nike Inc.'s patent rush isn't slowing down. And it continues to reflect a more disciplined approach to R&D. The sportswear giant on Tuesday collected 56 patents, including 50 for designs and six for new technology. Nike on Tuesday got 56 patents

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Inventors Corner: What makes an invention patentable?

Continuing with the series of basic questions about patents, the eighth question is: What makes an invention patentable? In order to grant a patent on an invention, a patent examiner in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office must determine that the elements …
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The invention of the toilet was ‘much more important than Facebook,’ says economist Joseph Stiglitz

The toilet was a more important invention than Facebook, Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz said on Monday, but said advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) are a “real concern”. At the World Government Summit in Dubai, Stiglitz was asked …
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