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  Calgary-made bike giving freedom back to outdoor enthusiasts with disabilities

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Study finds the number of women entering and staying active in the patent system is at an all-time high July 21, 2020 Press Release 20-18 WASHINGTON – The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) today released “Progress and Potential: 2020 Update on U.S. Women Inventor-Patentees,” a follow-up to its 2019 report on U.S. women […]

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Florida Students Work on Patent for Invention for the Blind COVID-19 impact on blind community PANAMA CITY, Fla. – Local high school students Jonathon Walker and Alex Johnson have been developing a device that turns text into braille for some time and now they’re working with a law firm to get a patent for it. When […]

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GAINESVILLE, Fla., June 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The 2020 Cade Prize entry period opens June 1, 2020 and applications will be accepted at cademuseum.org/cade-museum-prize through August 1, 2020. Since 2010, the Cade Prize has celebrated innovation by identifying, recognizing, and celebrating Florida-based inventors and entrepreneurs, who, through an innovative invention, demonstrate a creative approach to addressing problems in their field of expertise. As one of […]

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  Patent Center Beta is now available for all users. Patent Center is a new tool for electronic filing and management of patent applications in a single unified interface. Patent Center and DOCX filing features: Single unified interface for patent applicants Use of existing USPTO.gov accounts and sponsorships Submission of the specification, claims, and abstract in a […]

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Everyone of us uses his invention! It is such a simple idea, and yet, his daughter tried to talk him out of commercializing it. Read below written for the Lemelson-MIT. Mechanic and independent inventor Walter Hunt secured a place in American history when he invented the useful, everyday device known as the safety pin in […]

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